This coming weekend, February 18 & 19, 2017 is the 47th Annual Barrie-Allandale Model Railway Show at the Bradford Greenhouses just outside the City of Barrie. I will be attending the show with the Toronto Railway Museum, and showing many of my models of the museum and it’s equipment.
Barrie-Allandale Railway Modellers Show Flyer
As per my recent posts on Making Trees (here, here and here), I will have the Toronto Railway Museum “Railway Village” Diorama with me, along with models of many of the pieces of rolling stock that make up the museum’s collection. Depending on how much space I have, I may pack some non-museum 3D printed projects for show and talk with those who know to ask, but I won’t know that till later in the week. What I do know, is that i will have two 3D printed models for sale. One completed and ready for a layout, and one in its raw kit form. I’ll write a post on them Thursday or Friday before the weekend if anyone who isn’t going to the show is interested.
Back to the show, the Barrie-Allandale show is a great one. It is held in a nice bright venue inside the greenhouse, and normally has a good mix of layout displays and vendors. Attendance is normally strong, and the weather forecast for this year looks to be for great weather for anyone thinking of making the hours drive up the 400 from the Toronto area.
Hopefully see you there!