Greenford Hall was the venue, but how can you call a Hall a Village Hall, in a London Suburb? Nevertheless,
that's what it is and it was well located. Easy access from the London Underground and more buses than you
can wave a stick at. We were located in a partitioned room to ourselves just off the cafeteria area. With
plenty of chairs available we had a small auditorium so that people could sit and watch and sit they did.
Some stayed a short while, others sat and watched for ages.
With the excellent space we had available we set up the three shuttles at the front projecting and our fourth PC to the side
being used for whatever was required. Lad491 used it for sometime writing and testing a MidEast activity whilst ThinLizzy
enjoyed the lighter side of MSTS and was driving.
Our route display included MidEast, Ruabon Bala Hub, Highworth, Skipton 1920, Cannock Chase, NWE, Tehachapi Pass,
San Diego and Arizona, Nene Valley Railway, Severn Valley Railway, Alston - South Tyne, West Highland and Piccadilly LUL.
What was disappointing was that out of all the people that came to see us, very few own MSTS. They were amazed at the realism and
a number of them went away with mail order forms to order MSTS and addons.
Our thanks to the kind people who come along and help us demonstrate the routes and models and promote UKTrainSim.
Saddletank (who always brings his PC, monitor and his American Routes and Highworth) with his daughter Megan (Little Miss Saddletank), ThinLizzy, aetcMarcus, Deltic9000 and Lad491.
We would also like to extend thanks to the Western MRS for the invitation and refreshments and we look forward to seeing you again
The distinct lack of photographs is due to a faux-pas on my part. Having looked at the photographs I took at the show I promptly
formatted the smart card BEFORE copying them to my PC. All the photographs you see here were taken by Cab-It.