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6 Comments for “Eventholders”

  • Linda Harris says:

    would like to notify your members of an upcoming event:

    Toy Train Show, Saturday, May 19th, 2012, 11 AM – 4 PM. Hendricks Day School, 1824 Dean Rd. Directions: I-95 exit Beach Blvd. to Dean Rd.Jacksonville,FL From the south, take Emerson exit, right to Beach to Dean Rd. Admission: Adults, $5.00, Children under 12 free. Displays, layouts, door prizes. For more info contact: Jeff Sawyer (904) 891-7395.

  • Ken Young says:

    Upcoming event — Great Scale Model Train Show Oct. 26-27 2013 at the Maryland State Fairgrounds, 2200 York Rd, Timonium, MD 21093. Over 700 tables of model trains and related items. See 18 huge operating display layouts. White Elephant tables for selling your stuff and finding bargains. Refreshments avaliable and plenty of free parking.

  • John Gardberg says:

    All Aboard for the Rocky Mountain Train Show- March 7th and 8th, 2015! Visit the largest model train show west of the

    Mississippi River at the Denver Mart.

    Make it a day or a weekend of Family Fun with 2-1/2 acres of toy trains of all scales, including 30 operating train layouts.

    See classic and modern trains from merican Flyer, Athearn, Atlas, Bachmann, Blackstone, Broadway Limited, Kato, LGB, Lionel,

    Marx, MTH and Walthers.

    FREE kids activities include Kids Hands-On Layouts, Railroad Story Time, Kid-In-A-Cab, Railroad Theater, and our

    Build-A-Layout project. Train rides, Face painting and Lil Engineer portraits are available for additional fare.

    For adults we have 20 workshops and clinics, and over 600 tables of trains for sale!

    Representatives from numerous train manufacturers, including Bachmann, MTH, Walthers, Marklin/LGB, Intermountain, Kato, ExactRail, 3rd Rail, White River Productions, North Americam Railcar, KamKonnect, Iwata, Evergreen Hill Designs, Sundance

    Marketing and Grasstech USA, will be on hand to show their newest products.

    The show features hourly door prizes for thousands of dollars of toy train merchandise. Take the Train Station Challenge for your chance to win a complete train set.

    Food is available onsite. Admission is $9, kids under 12 are free. Parking is $5.

  • Gail Richardson says:

    Please pass along our event: The 49th Annual Dayton Train Show is presented by the National Model Railroad Association, on November 7 at 11am-5pm and November 8 at 11am-4pm at Hara Arena, 1001 Shiloh Springs Rd, in Dayton, Ohio. The largest exhibition of operating layouts in Ohio! Thousands of square feet including 20+ operating layouts; 400+ dealer tables, hourly door prizes (including 2 Thomas train sets per day), How-to clinics on train care and model building, train rides for kids, Boy Scouts can earn Railroading Merit Badge. Admission is $6 per person, active military $5 with proper ID, children under 12 are free and parking is free. For more information, visit our website http://www.daytontrainshow.com; email: chair@daytontrainshow.com or call 937-429-5353. Vendor inquiries welcome.

  • Bob Cox says:

    I would like to let your members know of an upcoming train show in LaPlata, Missouri on October 17th 2015. Below is the information:

    The American Passenger Rail Heritage Foundation is proud to host the 6th Annual Silver Rails Model Train Show on Saturday, October 17, 2015 from 9 am to 3 pm at the Silver Rails Event Center in La Plata, MO.

    There will be operating train layouts and model trains/railroad memorabilia for sale.
    Vendor space is available for $20.00 a table.
    Entry fee is $2.00 per person. Children 5 and under are free with an adult.
    All proceeds will go towards the rebuild of the APRHF’s Model Ambassador Layout.

    Breakfast and Lunch will be available on site.
    Breakfast will include baked goods from the local Amish bakery.
    Lunch will be Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, and Chili/Soup.

    For more information please contact Bob Cox at 660-287-1714 or by email president@aprhf.org.
    Set up times will be Friday night 6 pm to 10 pm and Saturday morning 7 am to 8:30 am.
    The Silver Rails Event Center is located at 204 E. Moore Street in La Plata, Missouri.

    The American Passenger Rail Heritage Foundation is a 501c-3 Non-Profit organization that is headquartered in La Plata, MO. We are dedicated to the preservation of passenger rail history. For more information or to start your own chapter, please visit our websites. http://www.aprhf.org http://www.aprhf.com

  • Gal Richardson says:

    Exciting news! The Warther Museum will be making an appearance at our November train show (11/7 & 11/8 in Dayton, Ohio)with the carving of the “999” Steamer made by master carver Ernest “Mooney” Warther in the 1920’s! The train is carved in wood and ivory and is beautiful. This is not only a work of art but also it is a piece of history and something that everyone should see. For more information on how to see this piece (and the show), see our website at http://www.daytontrainshow.com and don’t forget to print and bring the $1 off admission coupon!.

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