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Date: 02/06/20 02:18
Last night debut of
Author: calsubd

The Lego show,  If they can do that, THEY CAN DO A MODEL RR  SHOW, IMHO

Ed Stewart
Jacksonville, FL



Date: 02/06/20 05:00
Re: Last night debut of
Author: EL-SD45-3632

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Date: 02/06/20 05:03
Re: Last night debut of
Author: SPDRGWfan

Also ????



Date: 02/06/20 05:15
Re: Last night debut of
Author: calsubd

Specialty show, RR clubs around the country or even "What's new in
model Rairoading", If we keep this hobby to ourselves then there won't be any future modelers, IMHO
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Ed Stewart
Jacksonville, FL



Date: 02/06/20 05:41
Re: Last night debut of
Author: SPDRGWfan

Lego layouts are a fairly regular feature at train shows and lots of kids there.



Date: 02/06/20 06:04
Re: Last night debut of
Author: Arved

Lego has in credible marketing department, and they've cornered their niche in the toy market. There are a few companies that have tried to copy the idea, but in the end, Lego has dominated.

You just can't say the same about the model railroad companies. There's too much competition for any of them to promote the hobby for the relatively small market share any of them receive.

 

Arved Grass
Fleming Island, FL
Arved Grass



Date: 02/06/20 07:11
Re: Last night debut of
Author: Bob3985

We have had a Lego Layout club at our Sherman Hill Model Railroad show the last few years.
Come and check it out this May. Also this year we are adding Boxcar Derby races, a switching setup and more for the kids.
May 16-17 at the Cheyenne Frontier Days Exhibition Hall.

Bob Krieger
Cheyenne, WY



Date: 02/06/20 08:44
Re: Last night debut of
Author: tramfan

Just before Christmas, there was a Lego Train Show in Wheaton IL. We had a family outing and my grandson really enjoyed it. At times, the crowd was three-four deep trying to see the layouts! I would say that it was very popular



Date: 02/07/20 20:07
Re: Last night debut of
Author: bearease

You want a model RR show like THAT?!



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