SHOW CANCELED IN ACCORDANCE
WITH EXECUTIVE ORDER OF
MARYLAND GOVERNOR HOGAN,
MARCH 12, 2020
>>> Sat & Sun: May 2 &
Hours: Sat 9 am - 5 pm /
Sun 10 am - 4 pm
Visitors: Take your magical excursion into miniature
worlds which show life as it was, as it is, or as it could be.
Fantastical, exquisite layouts built by skilled modelers will transport
you to times and places you'll enjoy and remember. An ideal outing for
families, individuals or couples looking for a unique and memorable
diversion. Bring your camera.
Your youngsters will enjoy
the supervised play area while you tour thousands of
square feet of captivating vignettes in the mid-Atlantic's largest scale
Held 3 times a year, the Great Scale Model Train Show is always a
welcome and richly rewarding visual experience, no matter what the
Buyers: Find all scales, high-rail, plastic to brass,
locomotives to scenery; power, control and signals, books, maps,
railroad art, reclaimed relics from the real thing -all, are found
in abundance, here, on hundreds of vendor tables and displays. The range
of vendors includes renowned and expert modelers to hobbyists with a
"few things to sell." Chances are that the thing you need -and the thing
you didn't know you need- is here. Just thinking about the hobby? Or
a serious modeler? Somewhere in between? This is YOUR show. Our
world-class vendors and experts will offer their guidance and
reasonably priced product to get you started or keep you on track.
Sellers: An ideal, cost-effective way for vendors to reconnect with current
customers, make new acquaintances, promote your store or Internet site,
engage manufacturers, and share news and shop-talk with your peers.
You'll appreciate the wide loading doors, large trolleys for moving
merchandise, friendly and helpful show staff, free electricity, the low
cost, and special vendor perks.
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