|CLINIC: AP Master Modeler - Motive Power: You Can Do It|
|DAY: Friday||TIME: 8:30-9:30 PM||ROOM: Auditorium|
|DESCRIPTION: You don't have to scratchbuild a steam locomotive in brass to complete this category. There are other ways to scratchbuild a locomotive. What is a locomotive? Just something that is powered and runs on rails. I'll show various examples.
About the Clinician...
I’ve been a model railroader for as long as I can remember. My first HO set was one bought for a little money and a bunch of Kix box tops (I still have it) back in the 1950s. I graduated to a Mantua 0-4-0 and a couple of freight cars on a 4x6 piece of plywood in our cellar. I now model the Central Railroad of New Jersey in 1953.
I’ve been publishing articles in Model Railroader, Railroad Model Craftsman, Railmodel Journal, and the NMRA Magazine since 1985. I have completed five of seven categories toward my NMRA Master Model Railroader: Author, Volunteer, Motive Power, Cars, and Structures.