The Tulsa Garden Railroad Club

invites you to Tulsa in 2017

Presenter

John Meyers

Kenneth Gleba began playing in the Garden Rail Road hobby back in 1988 after visiting the LGB campus in Nuremberg, Germany. He is one of the founding fathers of The Tulsa In Garden Rail Road Club was formed in 1998. His passion is to retain my system in the time frame of 1990's Germany. All his engines, rolling stock and building are German, as well as the people. The automobiles and trucks are all European brands. He most enjoys taking a building kit and dressing it up with people, landscaping, lights, flowers boxes etc. to make it look livable. His clinic, "How to Begin A Garden Railroad" is a lecture that covers choosing the location, power, track plans, construction, train controls, buildings, landscaping and general maintenance.

Build a Track-Side Shanty to take home. Part 1 Thu 2:00, Thu 3:00

This hands-on clinic is limited to 20 participants, first come, first served. In this workshop you will learn the techniques of modular construction for making scratch-built wooden structures. A track-side shanty will be made in class to take home. All materials and tools will be supplied. The $25 fee is due in cash at the clinic.

Build Hands-On Railroad Yard Shacks: Either Outhouse, Telephone Booth or Tool Shed Sat 2:00

This hands-on clinic is limited to 20 participants, first come, first served. In this workshop you will learn the techniques of modular construction for making scratch-built wooden structures. In this workshop you will build to take home one of three railroad yard shacks: outhouse, telephone booth, or tool shed. All materials and tools will be supplied.

Three Methods for Scratch Building Wooden Models Fri 7:00

In this clinic, three techniques for building models from scratch will be discussed and demonstrated. This information will be useful for modelers building totally from scratch, kitbashing, or following a prepared kit. No experience necessary.