BayLUG member Dave Porter generously opened his doors to hold a BayLUG meeting at his home in January.
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Last December, BayLUG and BayLTC put on a display at the Museum of American Heritage in Palo Alto, CA. This was our second long-term exhibit, after the one in Pleasanton in June of 2004. Here are pictures taken both during and during tear-down after the show.
I took the pictures taken during the teardown phase while suffering from a terrible fever and flu, so I don't remember much about it! But the pictures speak for themselves anyway...
Originally posted November 30, 2004 23:39
Updated December 8: added captions; removed blurry or redundant images; reordered images
On November 27-28, 2004, we participated in the GATS in Pleasanton for the third time. We won third place again!
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.
Turn out the lights, the party's over...
Sunday, July 11 was the last day of our month-long display at the Amador-Livermore Valley Historical Society and Museum. After the museum closed at 4pm, we took down the "sneeze guards" and table skirts for a photo shoot, culminating in a group photo.
For the penultimate weekend of our month-long display at the Amador-Livermore Valley Historical Society and Museum, we put together a 4th of July Parade. Only problem is, the museum is closed on the 4th. However, I took these pictures on the 3rd:
These pictures, taken two weeks after the opening of our month-long exhibit at the Amador-Livermore Valley Historical Society and Museum, show some of the models added during that time.
BayLTC was invited to put on a display at the Amador-Livermore Valley Historical Society and Museum. This is our first long-term installation, lasting from June 10 to July 11, 2004. These pictures were taken on June 12, just after setup was completed.
A number of new creations were unveiled, including many for BayLTC's train layout.
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