I am a member of the Bay Area LEGO Users' Group (BayLUG), and its special interest group the Bay Area LEGO Train Club (BayLTC). The clubs meet about six times a year, usually at the main library in Fremont, CA.
More information about the group, and more pictures of meetings taken by other members, can be found on the BayLUG website. If you are interested in finding out about upcoming BayLUG / BayLTC events, subscribe to our announcements mailing list.
BayLUG member Dave Porter generously opened his doors to hold a BayLUG meeting at his home in January.
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These pictures are also available on Brickshelf.
My digital camera troubles continue at this meeting. This time I brought it, but with three sets of nearly-flat batteries. I only managed to get 5 pictures.
This meeting was held at Bruce's church gymnasium as a "dress rehearsal" for the next weekend's Great American Train Show display. We set up the tables and track along with major landmarks to make sure that it all fits.
I forgot my digital camera when I went to this meeting, so I took pictures with my cell phone instead. Apologies for the poor quality.
This meeting featured a Halloween contest as well as several space and Technic models not shown before.
A number of new creations were unveiled, including many for BayLTC's train layout.
To honor St. Patrick's Day, we had a theme contest...
This was our last meeting of the year, where members brought their latest creations for display.
This meeting was held in Bruce's church gym. The meeting was a planning meeting for the July San Mateo GATS show. We planned and practiced setting up our layout so that we wouldn't have big problems at GATS, like we had in the past.
After a trains-focused summer, BayLUG returned to more general meetings.
This meeting was held at the Newark campus of Ohlone Community College. They generously allowed us the use of their auditorium to set up our layout in preparation for the GATS show at the end of the month.
At this meeting we had a contest for town vehicles, in which I had seven entries.
Last updated: 09/19/2007 William R. Ward, email@example.com