This morning was the Cleveland track factory. This was an excellent tour but no pictures inside I’m afraid.
Here’s me and Tim Warris geared up before we go:
After more visits to the Silent Auction (I’m bidding on one thing but happy to lose):
And the awesome contest room:
I walked over to the William G Mather, an ore boat, with Nigel.
The Norfolk Southern have put the Convention logo on one of their locos:
The Rock and Roll hall of farm is on the way with some stunning architecture:
The William G Mather:
The National Train Show is coming on:
I schlepped back to hotel for a welcome sit down before the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic dinner train. The Convention had hired the whole train and we ran along through some beautiful scenery:
The Loco was a GP15-1:
The back of the train was a Budd car which, when the train was returning, the engineers on it acted as a set of eyes for the loco.
They needed to clean the windows first!
It had a great view out the door though: