An Evening with ScaleTrains.com
South Bay Historical Railroad Society
Santa Clara Depot, 1005 Railroad Avenue, Santa Clara
Friday, June 16th, 6pm to 8pm
Calling all model railroad enthusiasts, engineers, and entrepreneurs! The South Bay Historical Railroad Society is pleased to welcome ScaleTrains.com to the Santa Clara Depot. Join SBHRS members and guests for a rousing evening and informative presentation by ScaleTrains.com founders Shane Wilson (President), Mike Hopkins (Vice President of Product Development), and Paul Ellis (Executive Product Development Manager).
Launched in 2015, ScaleTrains.com is an innovative manufacturer of HO and N scale locomotives, freight cars, and vehicles, started by a team with more than 125 years experience in the model railroad hobby and industry.
Join members and guests at the first installment of our SBHRS Manufactures Roundtable to learn how ScaleTrains.com is poised to take the model railroading world by storm.
Come hear ScaleTrains.com’s team of founding “envelope pushers” speak to how they discovered ways of manufacturing new models using a process with the potential to revolutionize the model railroading industry.
Following the presentation, join Shane, Mike, and Paul in the train room to see their latest models and products on the SBHRS’s impressive N and HO scale layouts.
Light food and refreshments will be served throughout the evening.
A small charge of $5 will be required at registration.
Questions or comments can be sent to email@example.com.
The South Bay Historical Railroad Society extends it deepest appreciation to TSG Multimedia for providing media services, and for its financial generosity in support of this event.
A 503(c)(3) non-profit public benefit corporation, The South Bay Historical Railroad Society (SBHRS) was incorporated in 1985 to preserve the local area railroad heritage while running a working museum to benefit the community. Our members are volunteers and work on the renovation and preservation of the Santa Clara Railroad Depot, the Santa Clara Tower, and the two maintenance-of-way buildings. For more information, please visit sbhrs.org.