Over this past weekend the Musashi-Koyama modules were part of the AsiaNrail layout setup at the Los Altos History Museum for their annual Train Days event. This was the 4th Train Days that I have been involved with, the first 3 being part of the Ntrak layout and this year with the AsiaNrail layout. Being only about 3 miles from my house, it's my closest train show. This was only the 2nd exhibition for the Musashi-Koyama modules.
Besides the AsiaNrail layout, they also had Tom Knapp's Nn3 layout in the museum exhibit room with us, plus outside in their large patio there were G scale electric and live steam layouts, an O scale layout, and a static display of 7-1/2" gauge steam locomotive and rolling stock from the nearby Portola Valley & Alpine Railroad.
As we were taking down the layout the museum's staff gathered all the layout exhibitors together to a drink and a little celebration and thanked us for taking part in their event. They announced that they had nearly 3000 visitors to the exhibit over the weekend. That was more then had attended the Great Train Expo in San Jose the weekend before. I was at that show with the Ntrak group and had noticed the attendance was very light.
The Los Altos History Museum is a community based free admission museum and they depend on donations and fundraising events like Train Days for their funding. They were quite happy with the results of Train Days 2013.