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wks
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Allentown Pennyslvania Train Meet
Saturday, February 26, 2022



https://allentowntrainmeet.com/

Saturday, February 26, 2022 from 9am-4pm
Sunday, February 27, 2022 from 9am-3pm
Open at 8am both days for pre-registered ticket holders only
Adults – $10.00 – Children aged 12 and under FREE with adult ticket purchase
Meet held at the Allentown Fairgrounds Agri-Plex
1925 West Chew Street, Allentown, PA 18104


Over 625 dealer tables and over 50,000 square feet
OPERATING LAYOUTS
MANUFACTURERS and DISPLAYS
TRAIN RACES
TEST TRACK
Children aged 12 and under are FREE with adult ticket purchase!
EVERYTHING ON ONE LEVEL

FREE PARKING

All Train Meets Are Held At
Allentown Fairgrounds
Agricultural Hall (Agri-Plex)
1925 W Chew Street
Allentown, PA 18104

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DaCheez
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quote:


TRAIN RACES

Originally posted by wks - February 25 2022 :  8:53:20 PM



I think we're going to need some clarification on this item.
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Brian4321
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Take your best, most souped up engine, and race it against all comers!
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thesiding
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Couldnot go Was my Mothers 90th Birthday
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microbusss
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wish I could but its 1,633.5 miles from me & thats the I-80 route too!
Edited by - microbusss on February 26 2022 4:44:09 PM
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The train races are only Lionel and I think they actually provide the locos. AND it's just for kids.

HOWEVER, it would be more fun in HO scale where it would be BYOE- Bring Your Own Engine. Imagine 4 or 5 Athearn Hustlers in a shootout down the track!.

I have attended this show without fail for about 6 years (maybe more) but I sat this one out... too many shows and LHSs. I hate to admit that to some of you who have no opportunities for train meets or LHSs.

In just a few months will be my train mecca in Kutztown, PA. Renninger's Fleamarket has two open air pavilions which they turn into monthly train shows without an entrance fee. They are called Flash Train Meets. They started this in fall 2020 as Covid restrictions started loosening up. Granted, only manly men were there in Nov and Dec battling the cold temps to find more train junk, but we were true warriors! And my friends and I have never been disappointed with what we dragged out of there. I think the madness starts up again in April or May. Here's their webpage for last year's schedule so Mid-Atlanticans- keep your browser pointed to this URL for updates:

https://renningers.net/?s=flash+train

And I will see you there!

Edited by - el rojo grande on February 26 2022 10:05:54 PM
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DaCheez
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Too many train shows. There's a good problem to have!
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el rojo grande
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Sorry about that, but I figure full disclosure is best. If I sorta kinda tried, I could be featured on one of those hoarding shows! Between CDs and trains I’m getting to the point of no return!
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