Greenberg’s Train, Toy & Hobby Show in Upper Marlboro, Maryland on February 26–27, 2005
We had a display at the
Greenberg’s Train, Toy & Hobby Show
The Show Place Arena
in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. Our
was by Bob Hayes.
Derek’s shunter with Todd’s video camera installed displaying on this notebook computer kept visitors amused.
A F40PH in the colors of the VRE heads a new commuter train by Constantine.
Todd’s red-accented High-Speed Train.
Todd’s even more red GP-38.
Tom’s clearance car and B&O boxcar make an appearance.
Pullman Gallery car.
Kawasaki Bi-Level car.
Mafersa coach car.
Control cab end…
…betrays a sticker covering multiple pieces.
A new look to the ambassador car.
Tom challenged participants to make use of the chromed parts in the 4 Juniors
Tanker Truck, and this was his contribution.
Margaret built a tank car rather than a hopper.
Todd’s circus cars…
…included this aquarium car.
DCC by RCX
Tom built a tower to hold aloft the receiver for commands from the remote controls.
Sadly, some participants did not devote full attention to the task of train operation.
Buildings and structures
Derek’s B-25J finds a home in Kevin’s last-minute addition of a Vehicle Assembly Building.
Abe’s large red building.
Actually, Abe’s tan building is big, too.
Tom’s row houses.
The builder across the way skimped on the architectural details…
Constantine’s Main Street across from the subway station was anchored by a corner building inspired by a former participant’s creation*.
Todd’s construction site.
The Old Lady’s shoe by Tony.
Some non-LEGO® track in Ken’s Wild West area.
An otherwise bucolic-looking mountain…
…harbors a hideout! By Tony.
Mike, Todd, Derek.
Derek, Tony, Bob.
Participants in attendance: Denise Jadud, Tom Cook, Bob Hayes, Kevin Loch, Abe Friedman, Margaret Keys, Constantine Hannaher, Ken Rice, Michael Harrod, Todd Thuma, Tony Perez, and Derek Schin. Guest: Sheila Moreland.
*Where by “former participant” your humble chronicler means
album of Constantine Hannaher
gallery of Abe Friedman