BayLUG / BayLTC meeting, 1/5/2002

Fremont Public Library
Fukaya Room.

BayLUG Graphic by Fred Yokel.

We had an "Official Business Meeting" this time, chaired by David Harris. We discussed the table designs for BayLTC display tables, and attendance at BricksWest 2002. There was a reminder that the GATS 2002 show in the Bay Area will be at the Cow Palace in Daly City, instead of at the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds (which was previously announced).

"Uncle Dan" (Dan Velasco) brought plenty of used LEGO parts for folks to buy again for this meeting, and we decided he is the Preferred Vendor to BayLUG.

Click on any of the thumbnails below to view a larger version of the picture. (Here's a link to Bill Ward's meeting pictures.)


A brief business meeting, discussing building tables for the GATS show. Wayne built the first prototype from the email discussions. Mark Benz brought in his alternative design.
               

We had a club contest, original models built using less than 100 pieces
                         

Paul Sinasohn brought in a variety of trains, and some older sets for sale
             

David Wiegmueller's passenger station (And Russell Clark's "Batman" figure)
                                

David Wegmuller's rotating coal unloading station
                       

Roger Rothar's "Harry" model, and old sets
     

Bill Ward's models
                      

David Harris' Esperanto Train
  

Uncle Dan's used LEGO
                    

David Wegmuller's synchro-drive device
                          

The Christmas Tree
        

The big train layout
           

David Wegmuller's Large Technic Truck (6-axle drive!)
                       

Eric McCarthy's Dragon Train
                                  

Wayne Gramlich's Son's space ship
           

Ross Benz's Train Tunnel (in progress)
        

Mark Benz's 8-wide trains and water tower
             

Mark Ben's models
     

Fred Yokel's models
                          

Ross Benz's 9-volt rotating sign
  

Ken's auto dealership
           

Ken's other models
                 

Russell Clark's buildings
     

Mech Warrior
        

Paul Gyugyi's models (look at that Palm Tree!)
                    

The press was in the house...
           


These pictures were taken with a Canon PowerShot Pro 70, in small/coarse mode at the 1/5/2002 meeting, held at the Fremont Public Library, in the Fukaya Room.