Model Train Open House

For those of you in the Baltimore, MD area be sure to check out the
open house of the Baltimore Society of Model Engineers, before its
too late.
Every Sunday in January 1-5pm.
We are located at 225 W. Saratoga St in downtown Baltimore, between
Howard St and Park Ave. Howard Street is the extension of I-395 into
downtown. I-395 is the main downtown exit from I-95. If you are
driving south it will be just after going through the Fort McHenry
Tunnel (tunnel toll is $1.00). Saratoga Street is one block south
of Mulberry Street, which is route 40 eastbound. Parking is available
on the street and is free on Sundays. We are one block north of the
Lexington Light Rail Station, and two blocks east of the Lexington
Market Metro station.
We have both HO and O scale (thats two rail 1/4" to the foot) steam,
disel, electric, and trolleys. Each layout is each 12x65 feet,
plus railroad heralds, and other assorted railroad items.
We are also running two seperate raffles, one is a winners choice
of the G gauge Clementine set, HO Thomas the tank engine set, or
HO Harry Potter's Hogwarts Express set. Tickets just $1 ea or
6 for $5. Drawing takes place January 25th, at 5pm
And for those who want a more respectible prize, we have a Life
Like Proto2000 E8/9 B&O A/B set. Tickets $2 ea or 3 for $5.
Drawing fot this is not unitl August.
If you need more directions, call the club at: 410-837-BSME (2763).
If you want more details about the club check out our web site:
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Jim & Tracy Berg
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Jim & Tracy:
Apparently you haven't heard. Our wonderful State Government has just doubled the tolls on the Harbor and Ft. McHenry tunnels.
Bill Shuey (who had to dig for another dollar yesterday)
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