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My experience with 3D printing - not for the faint of heart!

Clinician: 

Over the last two years, I have been exploring the world of 3D printing, how it works, what it can possibly do for me in my modeling experience, some of the complications, some of the short comings, and how I can exploit this technology.

Day Time Room
Tuesday, Aug 25 8:30 PM to 9:30 PM Three Sisters
Wednesday, Aug 26 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM Mt. Hood

N-ovations in N scale

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Don's photo presentation will showcase his completed 16' x 20' DC/DCC N scale model railroad depicting Southern Pacific's operations in California from 1971 to 1996. Special features include an operating scale track, drive-in theater, signals, grade crossings, talking hot box detector and night lighting. His discussion will cover design concept, construction methods, special features and lessons learned throughout the process.

Activity Changes: 
Day Time Room Changes
Friday, Aug 28 8:30 PM to 9:30 PM Three Sisters Moved to this Time
Saturday, Aug 29 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM Mt. Saint Helens

NCE DCC clinic

Presentation and discussion of all the various NCE DCC products, demonstrations, and Q&A.

Day Time Room
Monday, Aug 24 8:30 PM to 11:00 PM Mt. Saint Helens

NMRA 2017 Orlando - So much more than Mickey

Clinician: 

The 2017 NMRA convention is just two short years away. Although Mickey is in our backyard, our convention promises
to bring so much more - more clinics, more layout tours, prototype railroads unique to Florida, non-rail activities
galore and a great time to be had by all. Come hear about the exciting activities we have planned for you.

Day Time Room
Sunday, Aug 23 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM Mt. Saint Helens

NMRA LCC (Layout Command Control) from the user's perspective

This clinic is a series of demonstrations on how to set up, wire, and configure layouts using LCC hardware. We focus on the user benefits of LCC, and how working with LCC hardware looks for a typical modeler, from unboxing to an operating layout.

The examples we will cover are the following:

1. Simple accessory control with output devices: turnouts, signals, un-couplers.

2. Creating fascia-mounted panels with input devices.

3. Creating software panels using JMRI.

4. Adding block detection with input devices.

5. Configuring a railroad crossing with detection, signaling and sound.

6. Configuring ABS signaling.

7. Modular layouts: automatic discovery of module sequences for ABS signaling.

Day Time Room
Wednesday, Aug 26 8:30 PM to 11:00 PM Sellwood

Nn3 - an Overview

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An overview of modeling narrow gauge in the "small scales" (1:148-1:160); history of Nn3; commercially available motive power, rolling stock, track and controls; track-laying techniques; modules; example models for viewing.

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Day Time Room Changes
Friday, Aug 28 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM Three Sisters New

Now it can be told, the "secret" layout in the Land Down Under

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This is the story of a secret O scale layout in Australia where I provided a control system to automatically run up to twenty trains at a time for the owner's enjoyment.

The owner was a private individual and all who worked on the layout were sworn to secrecy.
Since the layout was built in the late 1970's, perhaps fewer than forty guests have seen it.
The late John Armstrong visited once while I was there and he remarked "Even for me, this is a bit over the top".

The owner passed away last year, hence the clinic title. Eight minutes of a recent professional video will be included.
The scope of the layout plus a very large 1/32 scale collection was most impressive.

The train collection and parts of the layout were willed to the Workshops Rail Museum in Ipswich, QLD Australia for public display.

Day Time Room
Wednesday, Aug 26 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM Mt. Hood
Friday, Aug 28 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM Sellwood

OpenLCB User's Group Meeting

LCC is a subset of OpenLCB protocol standards, and is designed to be 100% compatible and interoperable with OpenLCB. The OpenLCB group's mission is to push the boundaries model railroad control. Work within the OpenLCB group is on the leading edge of technology. Once an OpenLCB protocol has been documented, prototyped, and thoroughly tested, it becomes a candidate for adoption by the NMRA as part of the LCC standards.

This meeting is to discuss topics related to next generation model railroad control with the architects of OpenLCB and LCC. This is an open forum and a chance for users to discuss their ideas with the developers.

Day Time Room
Wednesday, Aug 26 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM Sellwood

OpenLCB/NMRA LCC - Overview and Current Status

A high level discussion of how OpenLCB and LCC work, followed by a discussion of the current status of the OpenLCB working group and LCC standards.

Day Time Room
Wednesday, Aug 26 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM Sellwood

Operations 101 - becoming an operator

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If you want to begin operating, this clinic is for you! It covers how to run a freight train, reading a Timetable, how to perform on-line switching moves (both facing and trailing point spurs), communication systems, clearances, OS-ing, yard operations (classifying cars), running passenger trains and guest etiquette.

Day Time Room
Tuesday, Aug 25 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM Mt. Bachelor
Thursday, Aug 27 10:00 PM to 11:00 PM Sellwood

Operations 201 - Preparing to host operations

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This clinic is a Two-Part presentation directed toward the hosts of operating sessions. While it is largely oriented around Timetable and Train Order operation, much in the clinic will be applicable to other systems as well. In Part 1 the clinic addresses towns, yards, stations, staging and connecting to the larger railroad world, industries and types of trains. In Part 2, it addresses car forwarding, the ops jobs (road crews, yardmasters and dispatching), balancing the schedule and what operators take for granted (but you shouldn't).

Day Time Room
Tuesday, Aug 25 2:30 PM to 5:00 PM Mt. Bachelor
Thursday, Aug 27 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM Sellwood

Operations on the Pennsylvania Southern

The Pennsylvania Southern is a freelance layout set in 1980 in western Pennsylvania. Topics for discussion include layout philosophy, train scheduling, train operation, dispatching, and supporting paperwork.

Day Time Room
Friday, Aug 28 10:00 PM to 11:00 PM Mt. Bachelor

Operations with Virtual railroading

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In this clinic we will explore the world of Virtual Railroading on the computer to enhance your model railroading experience. Many of the skills and requirements of the NMRA Chief Dispatcher AP can be accomplished on railroad simulators including practicing operational methods, study of prototype routes, building time tables and track schematics. We will focus on each of these subjects as they relate to model railroading with live demonstration and open discussion.

Day Time Room
Friday, Aug 28 10:00 PM to 11:00 PM Sellwood
Saturday, Aug 29 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM Weidler

Outdoor Railroading - Taking the hobby to new dimensions

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An introduction to outdoor railroading. Scales, gauges, engine/train types, building equipment, clubs, and activities.

Day Time Room
Wednesday, Aug 26 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM Three Sisters

Pacific Fruit Express operations

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Understanding PFE involves far more than its refrigerator cars. The way the company did business, the ways it managed its many facilities, including shops and ice plants, and the ways refrigerator cars were built, serviced, repaired and operated, all form a complex and interesting story. Both for the historian and for the modeler, this presentation provides a detailed and inclusive view of these matters, along with some car fleet information.

Day Time Room
Tuesday, Aug 25 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM Mt. Bachelor
Thursday, Aug 27 10:00 PM to 11:00 PM Mt. Saint Helens

Pains and pleasures: Prototype modeling the Sugar Pine Lumber Company

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Jeff and Pam Johnston model the Sugar Pine Lumber Co. / Minarets & Western Rwy. circa September 1927. In this clinic Jeff presents a look at what it takes to be a prototype modeler of a relatively obscure company. Historic photo and blueprint research, location visits, use of existing models, plus kitbashing and scratch building are all part of the run package.

Day Time Room
Sunday, Aug 23 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM Mt. Hood
Thursday, Aug 27 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM Three Sisters

Painting a brass Southern Pacific cab-forward steam engine

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Ed will show how to paint a Southern Pacific AM-2 Cab Forward. Discussion will include preparation of the brass for painting including simple solder techniques, disassembly, painting, making sure all electrical connections are intact, re-assembly and testing for proper operation

Day Time Room
Monday, Aug 24 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM Mt. Hood
Wednesday, Aug 26 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM Mt. Bachelor

Painting and installing rock castings for prototypical realism

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In this clinic I will show how to use acrylic paints to realistically color Plaster of Paris rock castings. I will then show how to blend various castings together to make geologically realistic scenery. Finally I will show how to blend the rocks with vegetation and talus to complete the scenery

Day Time Room
Wednesday, Aug 26 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM Three Sisters
Saturday, Aug 29 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM Three Sisters

Passenger terminals and servicing facilities: Prototype examples

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This clinic supplements my Layout Design clinic, focusing on the wide variety of facilities needed to service passenger trains at terminals, illustrated with track diagrams and slides of coach yards, Pullman buildings, commissaries, car washers, and mail and express buildings. Switching of terminals is described. A handout includes specifications for servicing platforms and utilities such as compressed air, steam, water, and electricity.

Day Time Room
Monday, Aug 24 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM Mt. Bachelor
Tuesday, Aug 25 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM Sellwood

Phones for Ops - updated!

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Seth Neumann will review the requirements for an operations communications system and take you through the design process and show you how to implement a reliable telephone system for dispatching any era from the 1870s through the 1980s using your choice of inexpensive telephones or period equipment. The emphasis this year is on low cost electronic replacements for hard-to-find vintage parts.

Day Time Room
Tuesday, Aug 25 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM Weidler
Thursday, Aug 27 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM Sellwood

Photography - Beyond Snapshots

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Charlie shares how to move from snap-shot quality layout photography to photos that look like the real thing. Updated!

Day Time Room
Saturday, Aug 29 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM Mt. Hood

Photoshop Elements as a modeling tool

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The computer program Photoshop Elements can be just as useful in modeling as a Dremel tool or NWSL Chopper. This clinic will present ideas about using this program to enhance scanned prototype and layout photos, make scaled signs from graphics available on the web, and even make simple interior details. Some techniques are extremely easy (why didn't I think of that) while others are more complex.

A four-page clinic handout is available online at
yosemitevalleyrr.com/clinics

Day Time Room
Wednesday, Aug 26 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM Mt. Saint Helens
Thursday, Aug 27 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM Mt. Saint Helens

Placeville, CA: A complete district, to scale, as one layout

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The earliest attempted crossing of the Sierras by rail terminated in this town in late 1887. By 1900 two large saw mills - one of which later built a connecting branchline - along with a box factory, fruit packing sheds , a foundry, and farms were all shipping products, while mines, businesses and farms were importing machinery, fuel, and supplies. From 1915-1953 traffic expanded up to two trains daily of 20-30 cars each in late summer and during WW II. Presenter illustrates with photos and maps.

Day Time Room
Friday, Aug 28 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM Mt. Saint Helens

PNR board of directors meeting

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The Pacific Northwest Region annual business meeting.

Day Time Room
Wednesday, Aug 26 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM Weidler

PNR membership meeting

Clinician: 

The Pacific Northwest Region annual membership meeting. Come meet your regional officials.

Day Time Room
Wednesday, Aug 26 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM Weidler

Populate your passenger trains

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Add (virtual) passengers to your passenger trains.

Day Time Room
Monday, Aug 24 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM Weidler
Wednesday, Aug 26 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM Mt. Bachelor

Portland's Steel Bridge

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A brief history of the century-old Steel bridge which crosses the Willamette River in Portland. The bi-level bridge is rare in its design, with the lower level capable of telescoping into the upper level. The railroad occupies the lower level while trolleys, traffic, and light rail have crossed the upper deck.

Day Time Room
Tuesday, Aug 25 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM Mt. Hood
Wednesday, Aug 26 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM Weidler

Prototype maintenance of way cranes and derricks

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This Clinic will explore the breadth and history of prototype Maintenance of Way Cranes and Derricks
and provide some modeling notes and references to models created over the years.

Day Time Room
Tuesday, Aug 25 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM Three Sisters
Thursday, Aug 27 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM Three Sisters

Prototype modeling the Pacific Northwest

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Research for modeling and operating the SVOS was conducted with the aid of more than 60 members of OPSIG, LDSIG and SP, SP&S, NP, UP and GN Railroad Historical and Technical Societies. With their assistance, a 5-drawer file cabinet is packed full of prototypical information now in use to accurately model every station, industry, tunnel, bridge, trestle and the general overall railroad right-of-way and its operation. For example, over 250 prototypically based structures are being created. As a thank you for the efforts expended, Bruce illustrates what is being accomplished and the resulting excitement achieved via prototype modeling.

Day Time Room
Monday, Aug 24 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM Mt. Bachelor
Thursday, Aug 27 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM Mt. Hood

Railroad Flagging - Visual communication on real railroads.

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How the real railroads use visual communications past and present. Add these to your model operations to have more fun.

Day Time Room
Friday, Aug 28 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM Mt. Bachelor

Resistance soldering: The basics

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This clinic will feature a brief review of resistance soldering theory followed by a practical demonstration of various soldering techniques using both pencil and tweezers type resistance soldering apparatus. We will discuss the use of solder flux, solder paste and normal wire solder. Following the demonstration we will have a "hands-on" solder session for those that would like to get some experience using the equipment.

Day Time Room
Monday, Aug 24 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM Three Sisters
Friday, Aug 28 10:00 PM to 11:00 PM Three Sisters

Reviving Strathmore as a modeling material

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Through a slide presentation, Mike Chandler will demonstrate his techniques for scratch building structures with Strathmore, a model building material once commonly used in our hobby. Far from being 'old hat' Strathmore offers certain advantages over more contemporary materials particularly when constructing models of buildings with wood exteriors.

Day Time Room
Monday, Aug 24 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM Weidler
Wednesday, Aug 26 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM Mt. Saint Helens

Running cattle and other beasts

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This clinic addresses the prototype practices of railroading and livestock. It will cover the distinctive features of stock cars, stockyard structures (corrals and loading chutes), special conditions and railroad rules for stock-handling (feeding, watering, rest stops), stock days and stock extras, seasonal movements, the large stockyards (Chicago, Omaha, Milwaukee, etc.) and stock selling and buying. The clinic climaxes with tips on modeling the stock traffic and industry.

Day Time Room
Tuesday, Aug 25 8:30 PM to 9:30 PM Mt. Bachelor
Wednesday, Aug 26 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM Three Sisters

Sawmills

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An in depth look at their physical plants, machinery and how logs become lumber illustrated by photographs from the clinician's collection. Your presenter has studied Foresty at Oregon State, grew up in the industry and has worked as a machine operator for MIchigan California Lumber Co. and Sierra Pacific Lumber Co.

Activity Changes: 
Day Time Room Changes
Monday, Aug 24 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM Mt. Saint Helens New at this Time
Wednesday, Aug 26 10:00 PM to 11:00 PM Mt. Hood

Scenery - Making it real

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Charlie shares some of his techniques for building highly realistic scenery on his HO scale Bear Creek and South Jackson layout.

Day Time Room
Saturday, Aug 29 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM Mt. Saint Helens

Scenery using geodesic foam

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Goedesic foam sceney

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Scratchbuilding a trestle based on the prototype

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Modeling a 207' long, 73' high frame trestle in HO scale. Cutting stock basswood on a table saw and detail photos of bent and stringer construction are included. Slides of the second and fourth subdivisions of the Camas Prairie Railroad, taken on a Hi-Rail trip in August of 1993, will be featured.

Day Time Room
Tuesday, Aug 25 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM Weidler
Wednesday, Aug 26 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM Three Sisters

Scratchbuilding an animated coal mine

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Monarch Mine on my HO scale C&S Northern Division needed a removable tipple structure with moving hoist cables to cover its live-coal loader mechanism. This clinic shows how to scratch build a very large animated coal mine tipple, headframe, and boiler house to match prototype photos from the 1930s. Techniques include strip wood, styrene, and brass construction, and finishing with painting and weathering. Simple electronics and motors bring the model to life.

Day Time Room
Wednesday, Aug 26 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM Mt. Hood
Friday, Aug 28 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM Sellwood

Signaling your layout with DCC for control/operations

A discussion of the fundamental processes and steps necessary to design and build/install a successful layout railroad signaling system - basic to advanced.



Presentation will include the methods and hardware variations (options) needed to install and operate various prototype signaling systems. Included will be our experience and lessons learned having done/assisted/advised on several layouts in the Pacific Northwest and west coast. Time will be allotted for questions and answers during and following the presentation.

Day Time Room
Wednesday, Aug 26 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM Sellwood
Saturday, Aug 29 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM Mt. Bachelor

Signaling your railroad - Parts 1, 2, & 3

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Part 1 - Fundamental Concepts - Prototype and model

Bruce expands upon Signaling Made Easier series in MR and the Railroader's Application Handbook to cover adapting prototypical signaling to model railroading. ABS, APB and CTC signaling are discussed along with their impact on railroad operations. Clear differentiation is established between block and interlocking signals and speed versus route signaling. Signal placement, compatibility with DCC and how to drive different signal types are addressed. Bruce explains how to use the SMINI card coupled with the power of the computer to reduce layout wiring and system cost while maximizing system flexibility and prototype fidelity.

Part 2 - ABS, APB, turnout control, and grade crossing systems

Bruce explains optimized block occupancy detection and its application to Automatic Block Signaling (ABS). Then, Bruce clarifies how the prototype utilizes "Traffic Sticks" to determine directional movement across block boundaries to set up Absolute Permissive Block (APB) signaling thereby providing protection for bi-directional operation on the same track. The importance of "traffic sticks" in setting up grade crossing warning systems is discussed along with its utilization with a new Prototypical Grade Crossing Control (PGCC) card. Additional coverage includes prototypical turnout control and protecting hand operated switches in signal territory.

Part 3 - Centralized traffic control systems

Bruce explains CTC operations and how it can smooth traffic flow on your railroad. Typical operational scenarios are explained. Straightforward programming techniques make it is easy to "cut-paste-and-change-numbers" to set up a highly accurate C/MRI-based CTC system for any model railroad. Utilizing a standard set of callable subroutines makes the programming easy while maximizing prototype fidelity. Additionally, setting up entrance-exit interlocking plants is discussed along with using dynamic graphic interactive displays to emulate modern dispatching operations.

Day Time Room
Tuesday, Aug 25 2:30 PM to 5:00 PM Mt. Hood
Thursday, Aug 27 2:30 PM to 5:00 PM Mt. Bachelor

Silver Thread to the West - The history of the California Zephyr

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The history of the CB&Q's California Zephyr, one of the last great named passenger trains. Learn how three great railroads cooperated to provide fast, comfortable, family-friendly service from Chicago to Oakland and San Francisco in some of the most stylish passenger cars Budd ever manufactured. We'll begin with the early planning in the 1940's and conclude with the last scheduled trip prior to Amtrak taking over the route in 1970.

Day Time Room
Tuesday, Aug 25 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM Mt. Saint Helens
Friday, Aug 28 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM Mt. Saint Helens

Simple layout operations, TTTO for guests

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Tips for setting up a successful operating session for guests, using Time Table & Train Orders, that will keep them coming back for more. I have hosted over 100 sessions over the years taking what would be complicated and making it FUN.

Day Time Room
Wednesday, Aug 26 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM Mt. Bachelor

Slow orders - Dangerous track ahead

Based on our well received article in Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine (Dec 2012), this clinic will look at preparation for future catastrophes (death, fire, flood, etc.). What you do now may impact you or your family for decades. Don't miss this lively discussion.

Day Time Room
Saturday, Aug 29 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM Weidler

Small Layout Design - Beyond the Timesaver

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Over the years, many small layouts have been designed to focus on maddening puzzles and tricks. But these can rapidly become boring and repetitive. However, operation on small layouts can be challenging, fun, and prototype-inspired. The key is taking care to include layout design "best practices" even in small layout design. Join a custom layout designer for new ideas in small spaces.

Day Time Room
Monday, Aug 24 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM Weidler
Tuesday, Aug 25 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM Mt. Hood

SP's Cascade crossing in HO scale: Design, construction, and initial operation of a dream

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The clinic describes the design process for a basement-filling dream layout focused on the prototype Cascade Line of the Southern Pacific. Occupying 2400 sqft of basement, it features of the route from Eugene to Cascade Summit and Crescent Lake. The design process will be described, including trade-offs and challenges, followed by construction and initial operations

Day Time Room
Sunday, Aug 23 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM Mt. Bachelor
Friday, Aug 28 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM Mt. Bachelor

Sunset Valley Oregon System updates and operation

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Bruce and his crew of 38 are modeling ten prototype railroads operating in the Pacific Northwest in 1955. Features include the SP from Portland to Dunsmuir using the Siskiyou line, SP's Coos Bay branch, SP&S from Portland to Eugene, independent logging and mining operations, and the NP, GN, SP&S and UP operations into Portland. The system includes 7 classification yards. Up to 120 trains operate during a 24-hour simulated day. Prototypical fidelity with the system designed for super realistic operation is achieved. This fast moving, all color presentation provides an exciting status update and operational overview of this monumental effort.

Day Time Room
Monday, Aug 24 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM Mt. Bachelor
Thursday, Aug 27 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM Mt. Hood

TCS WOWSound DCC - Take prototypical sound and operation to a new level

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Train Control Systems will explain and demonstrate their revolutionary WOWSound Decoder. The only sound decoder with True CD Quality sound. Both Steam and Diesel versions will be demonstrated. Using features including Auto Adjusting BEMF, Audio Assist[tm], Keep Alive[tm] and others TCS will show how to make your locomotive sound and run just like the prototype.

Day Time Room
Wednesday, Aug 26 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM Three Sisters
Wednesday, Aug 26 10:00 PM to 11:00 PM Weidler

Techniques for great scenery

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I'll be covering scenery techniques successfully used on my own layout and others I work on. I will address backdrop/3-D scenery integration, fascia, landform design and construction, color, texture and ground cover. I model the interior west, but the information can be useful for any prototype.

Day Time Room
Monday, Aug 24 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM Three Sisters
Friday, Aug 28 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM Weidler

The B&O in Cumberland

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A video of the Cumberland West railroad layout. It is structured as a 1953 style railroad promotional using the layout as if it were real.

Day Time Room
Friday, Aug 28 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM Mt. Hood

The Columbia & Western: Designed for Operation or "2500 vertical feet into a two car garage!"

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This clinic describes the Columbia & Western railway designed to replicate the CP's Kootenay divisions. The layout has 7 scale miles of mainline and a two mile branch in 350 square feet. Focus will be placed on track planning, on the double mushroom design and construction, and on various other mechanical features including swing gates and an indexing table. Finally the lake barge used to move complete trains between levels will be described.

Day Time Room
Tuesday, Aug 25 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM Mt. Saint Helens
Saturday, Aug 29 8:00 AM to 9:00 AM Mt. Bachelor

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