M.R.N.S.W. Seminar

 
  disasterrisk Station Master

I would like to obtain copies of past seminar notes, can anyone help. I have a USB copy of No33

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  Phantom47 Locomotive Driver

Location: In The Shire
I would like to obtain copies of past seminar notes, can anyone help. I have a USB copy of No33
disasterrisk
You could get in touch with SCR Publications (02) 9311 2036 and see if they will seel you a copy of the disk supplied to attendees.

The disk is only available to people who attend the seminar but they might have some spare ones.

Phantom
  catchpoint Assistant Commissioner

Location: At the end of a loop
I would like to obtain copies of past seminar notes, can anyone help. I have a USB copy of No33
You could get in touch with SCR Publications (02) 9311 2036 and see if they will seel you a copy of the disk supplied to attendees.

The disk is only available to people who attend the seminar but they might have some spare ones.

Phantom
Phantom47

Willing to stand corrected but they are two (2) separate forums run by two (2) different entities

SCMRA runs a clinic/forum each year in Epping - provides notes in the form of a DVD, yes you could try telephoning SCR publications.

But as I understand it from the subject heading, the OP wants notes from the MRNSW

MRNSW runs a forum each year at Loftus - previously hard-copy notes, then DVD and now USB are provided.

MRNSW has a web presence on the book of face and a few other places on the internet, but it would seem that this is not the intent nor direction that the OP wishes to head in obtaining copies of the notes. (plus is the OP expecting 33 years worth all in one go?)

Regards,

Catchpoint
  disasterrisk Station Master

I would like to obtain copies of past seminar notes, can anyone help. I have a USB copy of No33
You could get in touch with SCR Publications (02) 9311 2036 and see if they will seel you a copy of the disk supplied to attendees.

The disk is only available to people who attend the seminar but they might have some spare ones.

Phantom
Phantom47
Phantom47
Thank you for the information. It was the Loftus seminars that I was interested in however I will contact SCR and see what they can supply.
Disasterrisk
  disasterrisk Station Master

I would like to obtain copies of past seminar notes, can anyone help. I have a USB copy of No33
You could get in touch with SCR Publications (02) 9311 2036 and see if they will seel you a copy of the disk supplied to attendees.

The disk is only available to people who attend the seminar but they might have some spare ones.

Phantom

Willing to stand corrected but they are two (2) separate forums run by two (2) different entities

SCMRA runs a clinic/forum each year in Epping - provides notes in the form of a DVD, yes you could try telephoning SCR publications.

But as I understand it from the subject heading, the OP wants notes from the MRNSW

MRNSW runs a forum each year at Loftus - previously hard-copy notes, then DVD and now USB are provided.

MRNSW has a web presence on the book of face and a few other places on the internet, but it would seem that this is not the intent nor direction that the OP wishes to head in obtaining copies of the notes. (plus is the OP expecting 33 years worth all in one go?)

Regards,

Catchpoint
catchpoint
Catchpoint
Thank you for the reply. It is the Loftus seminars that I was interested in. I have emailed the oganisers on several occasions but have not had a reply. No I was not expecting all past 33 seminars, but was hoping I could pick from a seminar topic listing of past events
Disasterrisk
  anzac1959 Chief Commissioner

Before Loftus it was at Petersham with an Eveleigh and a large tour in the mix .
Also on display there was (some) on the outstanding HO loco collection of 2 gentleman whose name I cannot remember atm
  Phantom47 Locomotive Driver

Location: In The Shire
I would like to obtain copies of past seminar notes, can anyone help. I have a USB copy of No33
You could get in touch with SCR Publications (02) 9311 2036 and see if they will seel you a copy of the disk supplied to attendees.

The disk is only available to people who attend the seminar but they might have some spare ones.

Phantom

Willing to stand corrected but they are two (2) separate forums run by two (2) different entities

SCMRA runs a clinic/forum each year in Epping - provides notes in the form of a DVD, yes you could try telephoning SCR publications.

But as I understand it from the subject heading, the OP wants notes from the MRNSW

MRNSW runs a forum each year at Loftus - previously hard-copy notes, then DVD and now USB are provided.

MRNSW has a web presence on the book of face and a few other places on the internet, but it would seem that this is not the intent nor direction that the OP wishes to head in obtaining copies of the notes. (plus is the OP expecting 33 years worth all in one go?)

Regards,

Catchpoint
Catchpoint
Thank you for the reply. It is the Loftus seminars that I was interested in. I have emailed the oganisers on several occasions but have not had a reply. No I was not expecting all past 33 seminars, but was hoping I could pick from a seminar topic listing of past events
Disasterrisk
disasterrisk
Try SCR. The Loftus seminar is organised by SCMRA. They produce a disk for the seminar.

Phantom47
  disasterrisk Station Master

Phantom 47
Thank you for the advice re SCMRA. I will give them a try.
Ken
Disasterrisk
  catchpoint Assistant Commissioner

Location: At the end of a loop
The Registration form for MRNSW 34 arrived in the post yesterday.

and I quote:

"For those who are unavailable to attend this year the Data Stick will be available for purchase for $30.00 posted. The Data Stick can be ordered by mailing or emailing your details to MRNSW PO Box 45 NORTHMEAD NSW 2152. Each mail order must accompanied by a cheque or money order payment. Each emailed order must be accompanied by a direct deposit receipt"

"Additional information can be found at: http://www.mrnsw.org.au or like us on Facebook".

"The MRNSW Association is a non profit organization run by volunteers from the modelling community. We rely solely on the support of the greater modelling community and the hobbies commercial sector to function.

Regards,

Catchpoint
  disasterrisk Station Master

The Registration form for MRNSW 34 arrived in the post yesterday.

and I quote:

"For those who are unavailable to attend this year the Data Stick will be available for purchase for $30.00 posted. The Data Stick can be ordered by mailing or emailing your details to MRNSW PO Box 45 NORTHMEAD NSW 2152. Each mail order must accompanied by a cheque or money order payment. Each emailed order must be accompanied by a direct deposit receipt"

"Additional information can be found at: http://www.mrnsw.org.au or like us on Facebook".

"The MRNSW Association is a non profit organization run by volunteers from the modelling community. We rely solely on the support of the greater modelling community and the hobbies commercial sector to function.

Regards,

Catchpoint
catchpoint
Catchpoint
Thank you for the information. I will send off $30 for a copy of the data stick.
Regards
Ken

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