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Turkey Creek Division Train Show

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Event# 913-927-6850

Event Details

Show Times 8:00 am to 3:00 pm Layout Tours 3:30 pm to 9:00pm

Clinics start at 9:00am – Clinics covering many aspect of the hobby

Model & Photo Contests – by NMRA judging and popular vote. Each model you entered into the contest will give you a chance in the special drawing to receive one $50.00 gift vouchers, up to a maximum of 5 chances.

Special Youth Award- for the best overall youth model entry

Door Prizes – From lots of different manufacturers and local hobby shops

Display Layout and Layout Tours – IN addition to the display layout at the meet, several local modelers will be opening their homes to layout tours in the afternoon and evening.

Swap Tables and Railroad Groups – expect to find more than 90 tables from area dealers, local hobbyists and other railroad groups.
For More information contact: Louis Seibel, l-seibel@comcast.net, 913-927-6850 or 913-393-3495

Turkey Creek Division Train Show

Address : Shawnee Mission North High School 7401 Johnson Drive Overland Park, Kansas 66202 Olathe KS
Phone : 913-927-6850   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : l-seibel@comcast.net

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Admission Fee : $6.00 Adult NMRA Member $5.00 Children under 12 free

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