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November 7/8&9 - LCCA at TrainFest 2014 - Milwaukee WI

The LCCA returns to Milwaukee to attend 2014 TrainFest, one of the premier train shows in the country.  Part Train show, part hobby show, part layout tour - and a general good time for the whole family!

The LCCA asks that if you attend, you stop by our booth and say hello to LCCA volunteer club President Dennis DeVito. If you have the time, be sure could use some help.  If you are available for a few hours to help out at our display, please contact me at 248-709-4137 or   Any help will be much appreciated.  Spread the word and invite your friends.  We welcome all LCCA members, both the existing members and the new LCCA members who joined our fine organization from the LRRC.  The LCCA display will be set up adjacent to Lionel’s display in the hall.  Please bring the entire family and have some fun!   Come and experience the Magic of Lionel Trains

TrainFest Show Dates/Times:

  • Saturday, November 8th & Sunday November 9th, 2014  9:00am – 5:30pm
  • Wisconsin Exposition Center at Wisconsin State Fair Park
  • 8200 W. Greenfield Avenue
  • West Allis (Milwaukee), WI 53214

Admission Prices:

  • Adults (ages 13 and up) – $13
  • Kids/Youth (ages 4-12) – $5
  • Kids (age 3 & under) – FREE

Show Details:  exhibit space–the size of over 4 football fields–will feature 60 huge, dazzling and fully operational model railroads. Representatives from more than 100 manufacturers and hobby dealers will be showcasing their newest products. Displays from 10 different historical societies will be on exhibit. Numerous educational demonstrations and “how-to” clinics will be staged throughout the event. The environment will be rich with the sounds of trains and thousands of hobbyists of all skill levels exchanging tips, techniques and experiences.

A wide variety of activities is planned just for kids. The American Institute of Architects will be on hand with a LEGO® Brick Build Area where kids can build their own imaginative train creations, while Trainfest’s dog bone-shaped race track gives our younger visitors an opportunity to race some of our fast-moving trains.

Learn more about the craftsmanship and detail that goes into the model railroads at Trainfest here.See more at:

Best regards,
President Elect & Special Events Manager
Lionel Collectors Club of America