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Rochester Area S-Gaugers, Rochester, NY

Our Scrapbook

This page serves as an index to the archive of past shows, meeting notes and newsletters from previous years.

Click the links below to find out more about us, see pictures of our layouts, and visit our favorite sites.

2010

Rochester Area S-Gaugers started 2010 with a notice that a move from Our Lady of Mercy school building due to Catholic Diocese's plan to sell the property. The RASG club room was moved to a another closed Catholic school. We have a report on a tour of George Cole's improved home layout, Roger Delthony's trip to visit the Susquehanna S Gaugers annual "Steam-up" event and the modular layout was set up for five shows. Click here to see a report on the RASG club activites for 2010.

2009

Rochester Area S-Gaugers started 2009 with a move from Medley Centre due to the management's plan to completely renovate the mall. The RASG club room was moved to a closed Catholic school and the modular layout was set up for five shows. Click here to see a report on the RASG club activites for 2009.

2008

Rochester Area S-Gaugers members participated in two meetings at members homes. Some of the club members also visited a couple of non "S" DCC controlled layouts during 2008. The modular layout was set up for five shows. Click here to see all the fun that we have had.

2007

2007 got off to a fast start with two visits to members home layouts. The modular layout was set up for four shows and an exhibit at Medley Centre Mall in Irondequoit, NY. where our club room is located. Our small action layout also saw action at one of the shows. Click here to see all the fun that we have had.

2006

During 2006 the modular layout was set up for three shows and an exhibit at Medley Centre Mall in Irondequoit, NY. where our club room is located. Our club participated in one less show this year because the Rochester Institute of Technology Model Railroad Club changed their show format from two one day shows per year to a single expanded two day show in early December. Click here to see all the fun that we had.

2005

During 2005 the modular layout was set up for four shows and an exhibit at Medley Centre Mall in Irondequoit, NY. The ONTARIO MODEL-N -GINEERS N-Trak club invited us to set up our modules in their workshop area for December to work on them. Click here to see all the fun that we had.

2004

Our modular layout was setup at the campus of Rochester Institute of Technology in Hennrietta, New York in November, 2004.

2003

Our modular layout was setup at the Bativa Downs Race Track in Bativa, NY on November 9th. Click here to see all the fun that we had.

2002

The November Newsletter is a report on the Genesee Society of Model Engineers Club Show, a listing of upcomming events and other news items.

The October Newsletter is a report on the minutes of a meeting Held at Chuck Smith's home on October 20th.

2001

Archived information missing for this year.

2000

Harry Butler was Rochester Area S-Gaugers web master until he moved out of the Rochester, Ny area. The newsletters that follow were produced and edited by him. In order to not destroy the pages continuity none of the links have been removed or edited, and therefore, his contact information and many of the links are no longer valid.

The Big Spring Museum in Caledonia, NY hosted our modular layout for its "Railroad Days" event.

The February Newsletter is a report on the February meeting held at Ted Larson's home and a report on Mike Holland's trip to Altoona, Pa. August 1999.

1999

The September Newsletter is a report on the meeting held at George Cole's home, a listing of upcomming events and other news items.

The March Newsletter is a report on the show at Finger Lakes Race Track in Farmington, NY held on March 14th. It also includes a summary of the meetings and work sessions accomplishments since the first of the year.

1998

The December Newsletter is a summary of club activities for the last half of the year. This newsletter also contains Mike Shea's report of a trip to the East Broad Top Railroad and the Rockhill Trolley Museum in August '98.

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