Events

Trains at Christmas Model Railroad Show and Swap Meet
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Date/Time
Saturday, November 23rd 2013 - 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Location
W.H. Lyon Fairgrounds

The South Dakota State Railroad Museum of Hill City is proud to announce its participation in the Trains at Christmas Model Railroad Show and Swap Meet in Sioux Falls. at the W.H. Lyon Fairgrounds, Sioux Falls, South Dakota.  It will be on Saturday,
November 23 (10am-5pm) and Sunday, November 24 (11am-4pm

In addition to the Show, the South Dakota State Railroad Museum’s director will be presenting two programs on authentic modeling of South Dakota and other regional railroads at 2pm each afternoon. Museum Director Rick Mills will be talking about various models and other specifics on the railroads of the region. The public is encouraged to bring model trains and railroad related items to the Museum table to show and learn more about their history.

Admission is $4.00 per person, and FREE for kids 12 and under for both days at the Show.

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