Please join me in welcoming Sheila Suitts as a new blogger on Keystone Crossings and its feeds to FaceBook and Twitter. Sheila will be primarily covering N scale product announcements.
Her FaceBook profile reads...
Growing up in a family of model railroaders, Sheila was introduced to the hobby at an early age. She was given her first engines at 11, a Lifelike Conrail GP38-2 and a Minitrix Pennsylvania F9. Her collection grew and was refined to accurately depict equipment from the Pennsylvania Railroad in the mid 1950's, 1960's, late 1960's-1970 Penn Central, and 1970's Conrail. In her mid 20's she teamed with local Pennsylvania modeler and friend Daun Yeagley in building a small layout modeling Yellow Creek, Ohio and surrounding areas. She works as a corporate pilot flying small business jets. When she is off duty and not working on railroading she can typically be found hiking, building model aircraft, working on her Scirocco, railfanning, or visiting local rail/air museums on layovers.
Sheila's first two posts have been published. Welcome aboard!