The 2016 RPM Chicagoland has wrapped up and many are in recovery mode. A big round of thanks goes out to Mike Skibbe and his crew to coordinate this year’s version of the popular prototype modeler meet. We have a few images to share and hope you jump over to this image gallery for a closer look at many other models.
HO and N scale modular layouts were running through the days and models from many scales and eras were on display. The seminar presentations covered a variety of prototype and modeling topics, as well as layout design ideas and dreams.
The Resin Car Works table was busy as the new UTLX X-3 tank car and Missouri Pacific box car kits were favorites of many attendees. Main RCW minion Frank Hodina had a great time meeting modelers and renewing old friendships.
If you missed RPM Chicagoland, you’ll have another chance next October. There are several prototype modeler events ahead on the calendar. Make plans to attend one and take some models to display!
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2 thoughts on “2016 RPM Chicagoland update”
Thank you. I have been very busy and hardly any time for modeling.
It looks like it was a great time and well managed. I look forward to attending next year.
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