Bunker Hill Train Club Spring Show
Sat, April 20th 10am – 3pm
Ranson Civic Center
431 W. 2nd Ave
Ranson WV 25438
Kids 11 & Under are Free
Tickets at the Door; $6 http://www.bunkerhilltrainclub.org
The HAGERSTOWN MODEL RAILROAD MUSEUM hosts a Model Train Sale three times a year to promote the hobby and to raise funds to continue the restoration of the historic Antietam Station located at 17230 Shepherdstown Pike, Sharpsburg, MD.
The Hagerstown Model Railroad Museum (HMRRM) is a non-profit organization incorporated in 1937 and is active in promoting the hobby to the general public. The HMRRM was formed as a charitable, educational, literary, historical, scientific, and technological society and museum to promote to the public the historical, cultural, and economic importance of railroading to Hagerstown and the surrounding communities.
What: Model Train Sale
What is it: Model Train Sale regarding railroading and model railroading.
When: Saturday, February 9, 2019
Where: Washington County Ag Center, 7313 Sharpsburg Pike (Near Sharpsburg, MD (6.5 mile south of I-70 on Rt 65)
Show directions: Follow I -70 to Rt 65 (exit 29); use Rt 65 south for approximately 6.5 miles to the Washington County Ag Center; 7313 Sharpsburg Pike; Boonsboro, MD 21713. Loacted on the left side of the road. Show is in the buildings at the rear of the center.
We are cancelling all our open house shows. We have lost our lease and have been given our ninety day notice to vacate. We will be relocating and are currently looking at locations around the greater Baltimore area. Stay with us here for updates and/or follow us on facebook.
– Thank-you for your support.
For those who have not heard the news, the BSME has been given their 90 day notice to vacate the location at 225 W. Saratoga street after 66 years!
Due to this and the power issues we experienced in November we will not be holding any more open houses and will be concentrating on relocation.
We have three locations we are already looking into as a possible new home.
For question feel free to respond here, and visit our website (www.modelengineers.com) or follow us on facebook (@BaltoTrains) for updates on relocation efforts.
Thank-you for your support over the past years.
Jim, BSME President
Baltimore Society of Model Engineers, Estd. 1932
[Notice shared from PD_NMRA@yahoogroups.com. -Ed.]