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Here are some scenes from other shows over the years
 
       
The layout set up in the atrium of the Phoenixville Y.M.C.A.

The layout set up in the atrium of the Phoenixville YMCA.
A couple of modules had to be left out to make it fit, but it still works.
January, 2010.
Charlie discovers how easy it is to run a train using DCC.
Charlie discovers how easy it is to run a train using DCC.
He still hasn't removed the shrink wrap from the cord, but he already is able to run trains.
August, 2009
The UR-91 radio receiver allows us to run trains by radio control.  We only need to plug in the throttles when selecting a locomotive.  Then, we can walk around with the train or stand outside the rope line and talk to people.  January 2009.
The UR-91 radio receiver allows us to run trains by radio control.
We only need to plug in the throttles when selecting a locomotive.
Then, we can walk around with the train or stand outside the rope line and talk to people.
January 2009.
An L shaped layout allowed our display to fit around a planter in the in the atrium of the Spring Valley YMCA.  January, 2008.
An "L" shaped layout allowed our display to fit around a planter in the in the atrium of the Spring Valley YMCA.
January, 2008.


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