I spent Saturday helping out at the Ontario Narrow Gauge show, Ontario’s only train show dedicated to narrow gauge modelling. Held in the historic community hall in Schomberg, ON, the show caters mostly to the narrow minded sorts with a smattering of local punters.
I have discovered that I am terrible at spontaneous train show photography in that I forget to take any photos. Fortunately, I am not in charge of the publicity and social media so I can compensate by posting a link to some excellent photos: 2018 Narrow Gauge Show Photos
My view for much of the day was less inspiring as I manned the ticket booth.
I made up for this by chatting at everybody who stopped by (and the occasional confused art studio tour participant in need of direction). I also almost finished reading David Wright’s book on rural structure building on my phone. Not the best format for appreciating the photos but better than counting bricks on the stores across the street in the slow moments.
Next weekend is the biennial Great British Train Show. I am hoping to get out there to have a thorough look around. Two years ago I was asking to look at everyone’s layout support structures. This year is going to be turnout, er, point control and inter-baseboard electrical connections. 🙂