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2021 TULSA UNION CONVENTION
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The Convention will feature many home layouts open for touring. Most will also offer “operating sessions” you can register to attend. The Tulsa area model railroaders have become known for having a hotbed of operating model railroads. Annually, Tulsa layout owners host weekend long, round robin, operating events. We hope to provide some of this experience during the Convention. There will be opportunities for both experienced and novice Engineers. Layouts tours will be available to all registered convention attendees, where operating session ‘slots’ are limited and assigned in advance, based on your registration date and choices. If you want to operate at one or more sessions, you will make choices during your registration. This includes picking layouts, plus picking days and times you will be available (in town) to attend a session. How to attend one or more Operating Sessions… - Review the various layouts (on the right) and their details - Make a list of up to four (4) layouts by ‘railroad’ name, in the order you would like to operate on ( 3 + 1 alternate ) - Review your travel plans and compare to the Operating Session Days and Times, found on the TimeTable page - Make a list of the days and times you will be in Tulsa and able to committ to attend a 3 hour session, plus the drive time - When you register, select both the layouts and also days and times you will be available to commit to attend the sessions. Note: when signing up for Operating Sessions you are commiting to attend a 3 hour Session (on average) offsite, plus the drive time each way. While registering, you can select the layouts you would like to operate on. And will advise what days and times you wlll be available to attend sessions. The Operating Session slots will be assigned on a first come, first serve basis based on your registration date. Assignments will be made about mid-August 2021. In mid-to-late August, we will contact those who asked to operate, to advise of schedules and to discuss options or variations as needed.