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2021 TULSA UNION CONVENTION
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The 2021 Tulsa Union Convention will feature a number of home layouts that will be open for touring. Many of these layouts will also be open for “operating sessions”. See the Timetable page for details. While layouts open for touring will be open to all registered convention attendees, operating session slots will be assigned based on the date of registration. Those wanting to participate in an operating session may indicate their layout preference during the registration process. Tulsa area model railroaders have become known for being a hotbed of operating model railroads. The Tulsa model railroad community host weekend long round robin operating sessions annually. So, the 2021 Tulsa Union Convention wants to provide an opportunity for serious operators to run on these great layouts. At the same time, this will also be an opportunity for those wanting to operate for the first time. As we contact folks to discuss the assignment of operating session slots, be prepared to let us know your experience level so that we may best match your experience to a particular layout. The Operating Sessions slots will be assigned on a first come, first served basis using your date of registration. Assignment of slots will begin approximately mid-August 2021. To attend one or more of the Operating Sessions… - Review the various layouts (on the right) and their details …most or all layouts will be hosting sessions - Make a list of up to four (4) layouts by railroad name, in the order you would like to operate on ( 3+1 alternate ) …you can select fewer if you want to operate less times - Review your travel plans and review the Operating Session times as listed on the TimeTable page - Make a list of the times you will be in Tulsa and able to committ to attending a 3 hour session, plus drive time Summary, you will need both… a list of up to 4 railroad names and also several time slot options, when you go to register. Note: selection during registration does not guarantee you the railroads or times, it simply puts your name on the list of those wanting to attend an Operating Session. The more options you pick, more chances you may get. Sessions will last 3 hours on average, plus drive time each way.
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