November 10-11, 2007, Greenberg's Great Train & Toy Expo

Bob's yard module and Kent's turntable get some rail action.
Photo by Tom Gaus

Ron pops in for a visit while Bob, Jerry, Bob, Don and Susan enjoy the show.
Photo by Tom Gaus

July 15-16, 2007, Greenberg's Great Train & Toy Expo

Photos, handouts, at the Keystone Division booth.
Photo by Tom Gaus

The GIS switcher working John's Mill modules.
Photo by Tom Gaus

Gondolas waiting to be switched.
Photo by Tom Gaus

A look at the detail in John's Mill.
Photo by Tom Gaus

Passing time at the show.
Photo by Tom Gaus

May 19, 2007, Set-Up and Operating Session at St. Mary's Lower Lyceum, Lawrenceville

Setting up the long leg.
Photo by Don Reed

Kent at the end of the short leg.
Photo by Don Reed

John setting up the steel mill.
Photo by Don Reed

Vagel going over some of the DCC basics.
Photo by Don Reed

Cars on Bob's staging module waiting to be delivered.
Photo by Don Reed

Bob, Vagel, Kent and Joe.
Photo by Don Reed

Overview of the modular layout.
Photo by Don Reed

Patrick at Don's module.
Photo by Don Reed

Suzanne, Paul, and Megan enjoying the railroad.
Photo by Don Reed

Joe, Austin, Patrick and Don taking a break.
Photo by Don Reed

Kent, Vagel, Jerry and Bob.
Photo by Don Reed

January 20-21, 2007, World Greatest Hobby Show, Expo Mart in Monroeville

Bob Meier, John Gallagher, and Dan Davic, ready for another show.
Photo by Don Reed

The Albatross displays a wide slelection of Division Two photos.
Photo by Don Reed

Vagel Keller's Module
Photo by Don Reed

The electric furnace on Don Reed's module.
Photo by Don Reed

Neil Schorr and Larry Kline at the loop module.
Photo by Don Reed

Carl points out the detail at Kent and Bob's modules.
Photo by Don Reed

A Pennsy steam loco on the SC trestle on Don Reed's module.
Photo by Don Reed

The Super and Assistant Super take a break at the show.
Photo by Don Reed

Visitors enjoy the layout modules.
Photo by Don Reed

Mel's mini layout.
Photo by Don Reed

Mel reminds us why we enjoy this hobby.
Photo by Don Reed

November 12, 2006, Great Train Expo, Expo Mart in Monroeville

Denny Lippert, Jim Sacco, Bob Meier, & Roy Ward getting the show started.
Photo by Tom Gaus

Jim Sacco demonstrates that the hand is quicker than the camera.
Photo by Tom Gaus

Don Reed shows off his craftsmanship.
Photo by Tom Gaus

John Gallagher operates the modules.
Photo by Tom Gaus

It's great to see a railroad that is operated, not just running in circles.
Photo by Tom Gaus

September 17, 2006, Newlonsburg Presbyterian Church, Murrysville

Don and John working on the modules at a division meeting.
Photo by Tom Gaus

Don and John working on the modules at a division meeting.
Photo by Tom Gaus

February 2006, Greenberg Show, Expo Mart in Monroeville

The Division Two booth.
Photo by John Polyak

Another view of the Division Two booth.
Photo by John Polyak

John Weinhold at work.
Photo by John Polyak

Answering questions.
Photo by John Polyak

Jerry Kyslinger operating the trains.
Photo by John Polyak

Kent Miller rerailing a steam engine.
Photo by John Polyak

Jerry switching a local freight.
Photo by John Polyak

A guest enjoys the Free-MO display.
Photo by John Polyak

Kent runs the steam.
Photo by John Polyak

Jerry entertains the visitors.
Photo by John Polyak

Another show comes to an end.
Photo by John Polyak

July 2005, Greenberg Show, Expo Mart in Monroeville

A show attendee looks at the Cleveland group's modules with Rodger Butler.
Photo by Don Reed

Denny Lippert, his attention is to detail.
Photo by Don Reed

Kent Miller and Bud Brock, hard at work. Well, hard at work posing for the camera.
Photo by Don Reed

Denny and Bob at Don Reeds' shop prepping the modules for the show.
Photo by Don Reed

Bob looks over the layout.
Photo by Don Reed

Bob borrowed the Division's Display board for the Modular Group, as an aid in recruiting new NMRA members.
Photo by Don Reed

A show attendee looks at the Cleveland group's modules with Rodger Butler.
Photo by Don Reed

Bud, Denny and Mike Schrock from Sandusky. You can see our new Banner - looks good, doesn't it?
Photo by Don Reed