You can also access it on YouTube if you're not on Facebook.
Clinics run from 6:00 am to 5:00 pm eastern, and I'll be on at 1:00 PM eastern, presenting a clinic Chris Adams and I have done in the past, with assistance from Charlie Dunn and John Pryke:
New Haven Steam: A Detail Study for Modelers Handouts
I've got several handouts available for the clinic.
The main handout is the clinic, minus most of the pictures, also includes:
A list of resourcesA list of available models in HO, N, and O scaleA list of HO scale detail parts for NH steam
There is also an NHRHTA document by John Pryke about modeling an R-1-b. While the base model is an Akane brass locomotive, any USRA Light Mountain can be used as the starting point.
There's a list or modifications and parts that Ted Culotta recommended for modifying a Bachmann USRA Light Mountain into an R-1-b.
There's a 1947 Steam Roster covering the classes in the presentation for selecting road numbers for modeling.
You can access all of them here.
I'm excited about the format, because it's mostly a slideshow of, well, New Haven Steam. When we prepared the clinic, the intention was to provide a picture of as many road numbers as possible. Since this will be available on Facebook/YouTube going forward, you can go back to it and pause it on any photo you'd like for future reference.
In a few weeks I'll be doing the first of several clinics on Operations as well.
Come check out the clinic, and I hope you enjoy all of the clinics today!