The Casey Jones Chapter of the Train Collectors Association is holding its holiday train show on December 4th. In the past, these shows have mainly been aimed at enthusiasts of three-rail trains. However, we have noticed interest in other scales from the general public and would like to encourage enthusiasts of all scales of trains and related items to participate in our shows. The only requirement to sell at these shows is to hold an active membership (Regular or higher) in the Train Collectors Association. If you are within range of the Memphis area, won't you consider joining forces with us at our train shows?
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Have you been to the Memphis Railroad & Trolley Museum lately? It's back open again in Central Station in Memphis. This place is an area gem and definitely worth the visit for both kids and adults. With fall and winter approaching and outdoor activities starting to wind down, the upcoming season is an excellent time for a visit. Check their website for times and admission prices.
The Music City Chapter of the TCA will be holding their annual Holiday Train Show at the fairgrounds in Nashville. It's a pretty big show and worth the drive, especially for fans of three-rail trains. Check their website for more information.
In August, members of the Casey Jones Hi-railers set up the TCA chapter layout for public display as part of Train Heritage Day, an annual event sponsored by the Morton Museum of Collierville, located in Collierville, Tennessee. Just under 350 people visited that day and got to see trains and other artifacts meant to pay tribute to Collierville's railroading past.
The Casey Jones Chapter TCA shows plan to make their return this December with a holiday-themed show scheduled on Saturday, December 4, from 9 am until 2 pm. The chapter will hold their show in the usual location at St. George's Episcopal Church in Germantown. More information is available here. We hope to see you there.