Attaching the electrodes of knowledge to the nipples of ignorance.
Vendors with everything a model railroader could want!
This O gauge set up was interesting with a construction site.
This HO gauge set up was quite detailed and well laid out.
A steam engine parked so the engineer could look at something.
Part of the same HO gauge set up, a steam engine on the move.
A long train heading around a curve.
A train emerging from a tunnel onto a short rail bridge.
A good piece showing the various stages of development of a set up.
A hypocycloid geared engine, built and owned by JD McIntosh in 1985, in about 80 hours. Mesmerizing to watch! Was found at the Ottawa Valley Live Steamers and Model Engineers display.
This is a working miniature model of the CPR G-5 4-6-2 1201 that ran from Montreal to Smith Falls-Perth. I have ridden on the “real” 1201 many years ago. I’d love to see the real 1201 again, and this model brought back fantastic memories. Also found at the Ottawa Valley Live Steamers and Model Engineers display.
An excellent Lego train setup by ParLUGment, Ottawa’s Lego User Group.
A close-up of the workings of the 1201 model.
A older model steam engine passing a newer model steam engine, on an O gauge track.
More track, rolling stock, engines and accessories!
A lego caboose heading into a tunnel.
A lego train cruises along a straight run of track.
A lego steam engine.
The lego trains were fast. This one is moving so fast you can see thought it.