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28th Annual Shenandoah Valley Model Train and Railroading Show - May 2014

Photo of the members of the Blue Ridge, Carolinas, and Virginia Central Divisions that were displaying layouts at the 28th Annual Shenandoah Valley Model Train and Railroading Show in Fishersville, VA.

The Virginia Central Division layout is in the foreground.

Coal trains on the move on the Virginia Central Division (50 sec.)

S South Train Show - July 2011

The Virginia Central Division set up with the Carolinas and Tidewater Divisions and the Baltimore Area American Flyer Club at the S South train show in Richmond, VA on July 16 & 17, 2011.
Set up started on Friday afternoon.
Mike was the main organizer of the show.
Mike and Jeff.
 
 
The Virginia Central Division, with their modules in the background, set up with the Carolinas Division.
 
 
Ernie and Sam setting up their modules.
Jack and Bobbie helping Ernie setting up the accessories.
A view of the Tidewater members from the Virginia end of the layout.
A C & O engine was the first engine to run on the Virginia Central and Carolinas loop.
A group picture with Virginia Central, Carolinas, Tidewater Division members of the ACSG with members of the Baltimore Area American Flyer Club.
A long coal train crossing the Virginia Central end of the layout.
This is an overview of the layout with the Carolinas and Virginia Central modules set up on the far end of the St. Joseph's Villa gymnasium.
The Virginia Central Division set up across the end of the layout on the right.
A special "cut-away" steam engine showing all the inner components of a model steam engine.
Joe's New York Central and Baltimore & Ohio engines ready for service.
A custom steam engine in the Baltimore American Flyer Club yard.
A Pennsylvania passenger train on the Tidewater loop.
View the different Pennsylvania passenger trains on the layout. There is the train pulled by the tuscan Pennsylvania K-4 engine and Joe's Pennsylvania E-6 Atlantic on another fast passenger train. (1:33)
 
View of the front of the layout from the Virginia Central end of the gymnasium.
Members conferring on train operations.
The Baltimore Area AF Club has a yard that straddles the main tracks.
View from the Tidewater end looking toward the Virginia Central end of the layout.
The Tidewater Division shared a cross-over set of modules with the Baltimore club.
This is a view along the Baltimore Area AF Club section of the layout.
 
An American Flyer passenger train running on the Baltimore club modules.
The mountainous corner display.
 
A C & O reefer train on the main outside track passing over the Virginia Central modules.
This is a construction display on a Baltimore Area AF club module.
 
 
View of the combined Virginia Central and Carolinas Divisions end of the layout.
Gavin is controlling the turntable on the Baltimore club section of the layout.
 
 
Another view of the Baltimore yard straddling the main tracks.
 
 
B&O Royal Blue passing the NYC Mohawk and PRR E-6 Atlantic in the Baltimore Area AF Club yard.
Various New York Central passenger trains pulled by a custom New York Central Mohawk steam engine and an American Flyer Hudson steam engine. These are crack passenger trains pulled by fast S gauge locomotives. (1:28)
Baltimore Area AF Club yard with the Hemlock, Selkirk & Troy crack passenger train, the Selkirk Arrow.
Jeff's 4-8-4 crosses the bridge on the Baltimore Area AF Club.
Joe's Hemlock, Selkirk & Troy semistreamlined locomotive and passenger train in the Baltimore Area AF Club yard.
Lots of activity as the Baltimore Area AF Club team gets trains ready to roll.
Railroading action on the T joining the Carolinas division and the Baltimore Area AF Club.
C & O train on the Virginia Central Division modules.
 
Special locomotives in the Baltimore Area AF Club yard
The Baltimore Area AF Club yard looking towards the Carolinas and Virginia Central Divisions.
UP 4-8-4 pulling a passenger train on the Baltimore Area AF Club section.
Two C&O diesels head up the long reefer train rounding the curve on the Carolinas and Virginia Central Divisions.
Thank you to Butch Henion and Joe Deger for the pictures and videos.

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