Definitely! Bring your throttle, motive power, and rolling stock!Alexander Wood wrote:I am looking forward to meeting you guys, and, if it's possible, I would love to operate on the layout. I can bring my own throttle (DT400R+LocoNet extension cable for walkaround plug-in use).
Yep! The R&IT is open for our visitors all weekend as part of the show. If you ask nicely, you may even get to operate it.Alexander Wood wrote:Is the R&IT going to be open any time during the weekend? I would love to see it.
At RIT, the A- before the room number indicates that it is the basement level, so the number has no relevance to the floor in this case.Alexander Wood wrote:When I was at the Open House a month or two ago, I sort of accidently ran across it when looking for the bathroom, I had thought it was on the fourth floor. I mean, A-420, that really sounds like its on the fourth floor (does that building even have a fourth floor?). There wasn't anyone there, but I did take a good look at the bulletin board in the hall.
Awesome! When I first discovered that RIT had a model railroad club, I remember how excited I was. For a long time, I was known as "that guy who showed up to Orientation with his trains". Once I got to RIT in the fall, I began a long journey of discovering all the wonderful things that RITMRC, RIT, and Rochester had to offer...both train-related and otherwise.Alexander Wood wrote:If I go to RIT (the week before March 15 is going to be pretty suspenseful...), I am extremely interested in joining.
Alexander Wood wrote:Ok, the A- thing makes sense. Most buildings in the US seem to note the floor in the first digit of the room number, so I just sort of assumed that was the case. I was very wrong.
Otto Vondrak wrote:If you're into trains, you've come to the right place... PLUS, we've got a great railroad scene here with Class 1's, regionals, shortlines, Alcos, everything you could possibly want.
Alexander Wood wrote:
When I was at the Open House a month or two ago, I sort of accidently ran across it when looking for the bathroom.
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