Reunion-Train show

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SS60
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Joined: 06 Jun 2007, 23:38

14 Aug 2017, 01:40 #21

Richard Abramson wrote: Howie:

We'll be meeting at the Valley RR around 5:30P-5:45P on 9/8 to set up. Your help would be greatly appreciated. We are setting up in the Dickenson Building.

Rick
I will be there. Hopefully I find the building and not get lost. 
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Richard Abramson
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Joined: 04 Aug 2017, 21:23

16 Aug 2017, 01:03 #22

Workshop schedules as follows:

Paul Beck's movies and slides                                                           10:00-10:45
Rapido: Status of projects                                                                  10:45-11:15
John Grosner:  Modeling Derby Jct. in HO                                        11:15-1200
Bill Dulmaine membership meeting                                                   12:00-12:30
Rick Abramson: Modeling the NH's electrification in HO                   12:30-1:15
Jim Fellows: Developing a NH Roster                                               1:15-2:00
Paul Beck: Movies and slides                                                            2:00-3:00
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Richard Abramson
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28 Aug 2017, 23:24 #23

REMINDER: T-Minus 2 weeks to the reunion. For those of you still needing to make dinner train reservations, they are made thru the VALLEY RR TICKET OFFICE. Be sure to indicate you are attending the reunion to get the NHRHTA reduced price.
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DBrion
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Joined: 21 Jun 2006, 05:52

31 Aug 2017, 12:43 #24

The clock is running and time is ticking.  You guys are going to have a fun-filled reunion - wish I could attend, especially for the clinics 11:15 AM to 2:00 PM.  All travel safe to keep NHRHTA vibrant and well.🚦🚂
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rsullivan
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Joined: 14 Dec 2016, 20:36

31 Aug 2017, 14:29 #25

I'm with you Mr. DBrion, but I can't narrow it down any one or two of the clinics that I would like to attend more. I really wish to be present when Mr. Rapido Bill explains what is going to be revealed, especially the ";>)." My wife keeps telling me, "Maybe next year." I'm hoping she isn't using 'next year' like people use the word 'tomorrow,' because we all know that tomorrow never comes.
Richard H. Sullivan, Jr.  member #3967
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DBrion
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31 Aug 2017, 15:48 #26

Richard,

The phrase "Maybe next year" was used by baseball's Brooklyn Dodgers after missing so many attempts to win the World Series.  So, what did they do?  Finally won in 1956 and then moved to LA after 1957.  Go figure!

BTW, relevancy to this thread?  I've missed several attempts at the NHRHTA Reunion - last one was 2012 .... so "Maybe next year".
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rsullivan
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31 Aug 2017, 17:34 #27

Mr. DBrion. Don't try and scare me away from going to a future Re-Union. My son is trying to get us to move to Dacula, Georgia and my wife is eager to. I don't want to. The day she doesn't say "maybe next year" now is going to strike terror in me. But, I'll still go. Without her and no mall nearby, I'll be able to attend all the clinics the next time I get to go.
Richard H. Sullivan, Jr.  member #3967
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Richard Abramson
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02 Sep 2017, 19:18 #28

NOTE: TODAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 2017 IS THE LAST DAY TO MAKE RESERVATIONS FOR THE DINNER TRAIN.
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eshoben
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Joined: 09 Jul 2003, 04:08

03 Sep 2017, 00:57 #29

DBrion wrote: Richard,

The phrase "Maybe next year" was used by baseball's Brooklyn Dodgers after missing so many attempts to win the World Series.  So, what did they do?  Finally won in 1956 and then moved to LA after 1957.  Go figure!

BTW, relevancy to this thread?  I've missed several attempts at the NHRHTA Reunion - last one was 2012 .... so "Maybe next year".
The Brooklyn Dodgers won the World Series over the Yankees in 1955.  Johnny Podres shut them out 2-0 in Game 7.
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DBrion
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03 Sep 2017, 02:02 #30

Yes, once again I stand corrected.  1956 was the perfect game by Don Larsen, that must have been the bee in my memory as I was typing my reply.
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