Children of all ages enjoyed the amazing operating layouts that were on display, thanks to Stillmeadow Crossing Modular Train Group from York, PA, Eagle Line Railroad from Ridgely, MD, North Penn Modular "S" Gauge Train Club from Landsdale, PA, and Washington & Old Dominion "S" Gauge Club from Washington DC area for sharing their handy work.
And for the first time ever, the Dealer Halls were opened to the public both Friday and Saturday, with extended hours on Saturday, which brought in an additional 600 attendees and their families.
a Congratulations to Michael Stewart, Norman Schmitt, Matt Seward, John Shetler, Bob Smith, Kimberly Klein, Fred Hazelwood, Ronald Schmoyer, Timothy Heidler, Gregory Heats, Ken Foster, Greg Graham, and Leon Sorg on being our door prize winners.
We welcomed over 450 guests who registered to attend the April 2017 meet.
A lot of effort was put in to reach this great milestone in York Meet history.
The time when this happened is unknown, but Caesar does describe similar movements of two tribes in his time, the Usipetes and Tencteri.
Pups sold with American Kennel Club (AKC) registration papers, a written Health and Temperament contract/guarantee.
Pups Veterinarian checked before they leave for their new homes.
As far as the Mastiff is concerned it has a longer history than most.
Caesar describes them in his account of invading Britain in 55 B.