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Friday
Jan222010

Little Red Caboose housed at Historic Crossville Depot

After waiting 13 years, the Crossville Depot has a little red caboose. Visitors to the Crossville Depot can now see the new caboose sitting on a short length of track in front of the historic Depot building.

“This is part of our history,” explained Crossville Mayor J. H. Graham III. He added that he would like to see some type of an exhibit explaining the community's ties to Alvin C. York once the caboose is ready to open.

The depot is where Alvin C. York returned home from WWI. It has unique gifts, daily coffee, tea and candy samples.

Exit 317, off I-40 S. Take Hwy. 127, 3 mi. to center of town.

Sunday
Jan172010

SouthEast Garden Railroad Show - Dalton, GA

 

Show Details and Guest Information

This year's show will be located in the Northwest Georgia Trade and Convention Center.  This location has a distinctive setting in the foothills of the historic high country of Georgia's Blue Ridge Mountains. Located less than a mile off Interstate 75 in historic Dalton, GA, the Dalton Trade Center is just 30 miles south of Chattanooga, TN and 90 miles north of Atlanta, GA.

Time and Date

Friday April 30th, 2010 12:00pm to 8:00pm

Saturday May 1st, 2010 9:00pm to 4:00pm

Tickets - Available at the Door

Adult: $10.00 per day or $18.00 for both days

Kids: Under 12 Free with paid adult.

www.segrs.com        Photos from CrossvilleMRC.com  by TackyTed.com

Saturday
Jan162010

Nashville Garden Railway Society

The Nashville Garden Railway Society
Manages a club layout in the Vanderbilt 100 Oaks Medical Center.

We hold annual tours of club member's garden scale layouts, build a temporary layout at the Nashville Garden Show annually and holds meetings



 NGRC  posted Crossville MRC

Saturday
Jan162010

Knoxville Area Model Railroaders

Knoxville Area Model Railroaders, Inc.  provides a structured organization that promotes the art and craft of model railroading for its members and the general public of East Tennessee.    KAMR is  incorporated as a non-profit organization with officers and a Board of Directors.

 

 

Membership is open to anyone with a serious interest in participating in the  model railroad hobby in a shared environment and willingness to accept the by-laws and regulations of the club.  Current membership includes individuals from all walks of life and ages from late 80’s to teens.  Nominal annual dues are charged.

KAMR   posted Crossville MRC

 



Tuesday
Jan052010

2010 National Train Show® in Milwaukee July 16 - 18, 2010

Here's a reprint, see nmra.org for more info

It's the same weekend as Festa Italiana's (with Great FireWorks) at the Lake front, on the SummeFest Grounds.  GermanFest the weekend after. Milwaukee is a Great Place on a Great Lake during the summer months.  If you plan to go and need info getting around, just ask here on the contact page here.

 

2010 National Train Show®


   

Midwest Airlines Center

July 16 - 18, 2010

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Midwest Airlines Center

 

 


It's All Here

— All of the latest and greatest model trains, accessories, collectibles and more —

— featuring the world's best known manufacturers and retailers geared for all model railroaders —

— from first-timers to old-timers —

—Will occupy Exhibit Halls A, B, C, and D —

— Over 170,000 square feet of exhibit space including 39,000 Square Feet of Modular Layout Displays —

— Ask The Collectibles Appraiser —

— Children's Play Area —

— Incredible LEGO MiniLand —

— Hands-On Demonstrations... —


National Train Show Public Hours

Friday, July 16 - 12 Noon to 6 PM

Saturday, July 17 - 10 AM to 6 PM

Sunday, July 18 - 10 AM to 5 PM

Admission Prices

Adult - $12.00

Discounted Adult (65 and Older) - $11.00

Two Day Adult (One Person) - $22.00

Youth (6 - 12) - $6.00

Children under 6 - Free