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Great Scale Model Train Show February 2014

It is the weekend of the big game. Some will be very happy and excited with the outcome while others will be very disappointed. While the Super bowl is the big show of the weekend, there is another big show that will guarantee that everybody will be excited.
The Great Scale Model Train Show, one of the largest train shows in the Mid-Atlantic region, will again be at the Cow Palace at the Maryland Fairgrounds in Timonium, Maryland on Saturday, February 1, 2014 for 9:00am to 4:00pm and on Sunday from 10:00am to 4:00pm. Your admission will get you to see three acres (yes, three acres) of model train displays plus over 700 tables of merchandise for sale. There will two be two special features by the Bar Mills Models traveling display and unique structures by Ray del Papa of SMARTT Industries. The model train displays will be featured from Art’s Garden Layout, the Baltimore Area American Flyer Club, the Baltimore Society of Model Engineers, Barrett Hill Trains, Capitol FREE-MO, the Chesapeake Division MER/NMRA, Circus Modelers Group, Custom Model Railroads, DC Independent HiRailers, East Penn Traction Club, the Four County Society of Model Engineers, Japan Rail Modelers of DC, the Keystone Chapter of European Train Enthusiasts, the Meade Area RR Society, PenNscalers, the Prince William County MRRC, the reading County Technical and HS, the Tom Thorpe curved benchwork display, Warrior Run Loco Works and the Western Maryland Railroad Society. There will also be a kids play area and a Thomas play area.
The Maryland State Fairgrounds is located at 2200 York Road in Timonium, Maryland. You can go to www.gsmts.com for admission price information and to see dates for future shows. You can also read an article about model train shows, photos of past shows, and to see how you can become a vendor at a future show.

These  are  pictures  from  the  Great  Scale  Model  Train  Show  in  Timonium,  Maryland.
John Cowgill
This  is  a  model  CSX  Train  at  the  Great  Scale  Model  Train  Show  in  Timonium,  Maryland
John Cowgill