Manassas Railway Festival in Manassas, Virginia on June 1, 2002
We had a display on Saturday, June 1, 2002 at the Manassas Railway Festival . There were plenty of trains, vehicles, structures, and vignettes for visitors to enjoy. We gave away almost half a box (of 500) business cards with our sponsoring users group’s new logo.
Yes, it was sunny
We had a big crowd
Our layout was designed by Aaron Sneary.
The crash of a Star Wars vessel on the roof of Kevin’s office park suburban building causes a commotion for the emergency response teams in the neighborhood.
Roy’s railroad station
Kevin’s Metrorail cars
Kevin was seduced by the dark side when he accepted stickers of the WMATA “ M ” to apply to his Metrorail cars. Constantine had taken the opportunity at the last show to study Kevin’s design sufficiently intently to make his own version, and also supplied a transport vehicle for an idle car.
Claudia’s crossing gate
Now THAT’s a pretty container!
One of our newer members designed this sticker as a proposal for the train club swap planned for later this year.
Kevin’s cell towers
A few new things, too
Is that a light saber handle Constantine is using as a sconce on his Pizza Hut? Yes, it is. Good eye, kids.
8-wides a flop in face of tilted layout
The parking lot in which the tent had been pitched had a slope to it.
Oh, yeah, didn’t we bring a banner with WAMALUG’s new logo?
Participants in attendance: Stephen Roberts, Denise Jadud, Kevin Loch, Tom Cook, Rich Schamus, Christina Hitchcock, Abe Friedman, Greg Kramer, Margaret Keys, Cris Berneburg, Roy Gal, Claudia Coles, Constantine Hannaher, John “ Fuzzface ” McMahon.
Scenes of mayhem, oh, my
A warrant served, and the local news is all over it, while horror unfolds only a few baseplates away…
Too weird for any other heading
Made entirely of Technic parts (except for the 2878 Train Wheels 2) Constantine’s “ Bionicle ” car attracted attention from devotees.
Brickshelf gallery of Kevin Loch , Brickshelf gallery of Abe Friedman .