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Museum 2004 06
BayLTC Museum Show, July 11, 2004 (tear-down)
Posted July 12, 2004 18:31
| Category: Museum 2004 06
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.
Taking down sneeze guards
Kids were a big help with tear-down
Water tower and control tower for yard
Various trains, mostly by Bruce, on static display in yard
Closer look at static display
Bruce built end-of-track stoppers for our yard lines. [more]
Bird's eye view of the end of the yard and Thomas-land.
Farm by Paul S.
Downtown buildings by Kenny.
Parade coming through downtown.
Russell's big flag in front of downtown. [more]
Cars and trucks downtown.
Kenny removed a few floors from his tan and white hospital to make it fit our old fashioned downtown layout.
One of the kids' trains rolls through the town.
My train station and pedestrian crossing.
Better view of pedestrian crossing.
The Mission San José (in Fremont) by Ross Benz (his 4th grade school project) has featured in many of our displays.
Fred & Fred's Post Office started off life as a city hall, but I built some postal trucks to help to give it a more specific purpose.
Western Town by Russell, featuring a church.
More Western Town.
Rolling stock in the yard, viewed from inside the layout.
More rolling stock.
Bruce's beautiful steamer and passenger cars.
Work crew extending the rail line past the farm
Chinese laborers doing the hard work as they did 150 years ago.
My fire truck in the parade down Main Street.
My horse-drawn cart in the parade.
Antoher view of the cart.
My bluegrass band in the parade.
Bluegrass band is towed by my new John Deere tractor.
Another group photo.
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