***July through October we will be meeting downstairs in the Art Space. If you are at the old room (or the main desk) go down the stairs (or elevator) and go in the Art Space. There’s a room toward the back we will be in.***
We meet at Discovery Gateway, 444 West 100 South, Salt Lake City. This is where the children’s museum is at the Gateway Shopping Center.
We have been given the opportunity to refurbish, rebuild, revitalize, and maintain a small model railroad layout currently owned by the museum. As compensation for our efforts we will get the opportunity to have a meeting location that allows us room to grow our membership and attendance, a place that we can do smelly, messy, dirty projects and clinics that we can’t do at our former location.
The Gateway has 3 Hour parking for $1.00, if paid at the museum front desk.
There is also limited free parking along Rio Grande St and just a few blocks away.
You can park free at Central Station and ride Trax within the Free Zone to the Planetarium station.
You can ride any combination of UTA public transportation: Bus, Trax, or FrontRunner to get from many places along the Wasatch Front.
NMRA members will be considered partners with the Children’s Museum and thus will not be required to pay the entrance fee. If you bring children with you, as long as they don’t use the other displays, they will also have free admittance.
We meet every third Saturday of the month from 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm.
Division Meeting Agenda:
3:00 – 3:15 Welcome/Division Business (15 minutes MAX)
3:15 – 3:20 Show & Tell
3:20 – 3:25 Break
3:25 – 4:45 Clinic
4:45 – 5:00 Member Mingle/Q&A/Shoot the Bull
We meet at the Discovery Gateway children’s museum located at
444 West 100 South
Salt Lake City
Admission to the Division Event is free. Discounted parking passes can be purchased at the admissions desk for $1 for 3 hours.
August 19, 2017–Presentation
A two-part clinic. First, a report on the Orlando NMRA National Convention. Second, a presentation on Weathering Structures.
Presented by Bill Hughes
September 16, 2017–Presentation
Keith Osojnak and Schon Norris will share some railroad photography with us. Keith’s emphasis will be Thailand railroads, and Schon will present model and prototype photographs.
Presented by Keith Osojnak and Schon Norris
To see past clinic topics we have a special page for that!