• Trainfest

  • Discussion related to everything about model railroading, from layout design and planning, to reviews of related model tools and equipment. Discussion includes O, S, HO, N and Z, as well as narrow gauge topics. Also includes discussion of traditional "toy train" and "collector" topics such as Lionel, American Flyer, Marx, and others. Also includes discussion of outdoor garden railways and live steamers.
Discussion related to everything about model railroading, from layout design and planning, to reviews of related model tools and equipment. Discussion includes O, S, HO, N and Z, as well as narrow gauge topics. Also includes discussion of traditional "toy train" and "collector" topics such as Lionel, American Flyer, Marx, and others. Also includes discussion of outdoor garden railways and live steamers.

Moderators: 3rdrail, Otto Vondrak, stilson4283

  by Mercuryww
 
Trainfest 2018 has something for every gauge of railfan. Experience superior craftsmanship detailed in 70 intricate operating layouts, historical displays and other inspirational layouts. Plus more than 100 manufacturers and dealers will be on-hand with the latest products and some great bargains. A variety of clinics and demonstrations will be offered. Discounted advanced tickets are available at many hobby shops and online through Nov. 10. Tickets are also available at the door for $15 per adult and $5 per child, ages 4 to 12; children 3 and under are free. Visit http://www.trainfest.com" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; for a list of hobby shops selling advance tickets, lodging options and show details.
  by MACTRAXX
 
MWW: You should not forget to list in any post concerning an event like this where it is located.
West Allis, Wisconsin is in the Milwaukee area and could be a decent show for Midwesterners.
With more then seven months advance notice the word will get out to modelers and enthusiasts.
MACTRAXX