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Next Daylight Meet

Spring Meet
7:00 PM, Thursday, May 20, 2021, via Zoom

Save the Date!
Zoom Meeting ID and passcode will be emailed to members of the Daylight Division at a later date. If we do not have your email address, please email Doug Wagner, Daylight Membership Chair, to receive meeting notices.


Non-members of NMRA are welcome to attend this event!
Non-members who attend three (3) events in their lifetime are cordially requested, as a courtesy to others, to apply for membership in NMRA as a condition for attending a fourth event.
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COVID-19 Info

Since we are still under the cloud of the COVID-19 pandemic, these ZOOM meetings are being set up as a convenient way to keep all members up to date with what’s buzzing in and around the NMRA and our Division.

  • COVID-free environment – Mask not required!
  • NO drive time – Saves $$ on gas and food
  • Plenty of front-row seating available
  • Meet your old acquaintances – Make new friends
  • No dress code – Where else can you attend a meeting in your skivvies?

Layout Tours - Virtual

Although we can't visit layouts in person, here are some you can visit virtually from the comfort of your own home. Watch these before or after the meet at your leisure when it's convenient for you.

Also see the Rails by the Bay NMRA 2021 Virtual National Convention website for 30 additional layout tour videos.


Agenda

  • Meeting starts at 7:00 PM
  • Presentation of regular reports
  • Comments about upcoming convention and report on one past
    • Rails by the Bay Virtual 2021 NMRA National Convention
      July 6 – 10, 2021 • Santa Clara, California
      Website: www.pcrnmra.org/NMRA2021
    • Sugar Pine Centennial 2021 PCR Virtual Convention wrap-up
      Held April 24, 2021 • Fresno, California
      Website: www.pcrnmra.org/conv2021
  • CLINIC: Doug Wagner"A Look At The Southern Pacific's McKittrick Branch and The Sunset Railway — Then and Now" - Part 2
    These two branch lines in western Kern County were built to connect the vast oil fields in the area to Bakersfield for shipment of the oil to other locations. While Doug was still active with the Kern County Fire Department and stationed in western Kern County, he began researching the locations of the 2 branch lines. He was able to access areas that were not open to the general public, but as a firefighter, Doug was able to pretty much follow the lines not visible to the general public. He put together this presentation to show The Sunset Railway and McKittrick branches as they looked in the early 1900s compared to what they look like now.

FACE-TO-FACE MEETS SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE!


Contests Categories

  • To be announced when live in-person meets resume.

Future Meets

  • Thursday, 5/20/2021 • Spring Meet, 7:00 PM, via Zoom
  • Summer 2021 Meet • TBD
  • Fall 2021 Meet • TBD

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