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We are having a raffle for Brian Adams the previous owner of Trainpop's Attic which passed away last month.  When Brian was in the hospital this engine was donated privately to help him out. Brian said no it's to go to the kids of the Shriner's Children's Hospital to help those kids in need. 

Brian passed away from brain cancer that took his life at only 49 years of age.  Brian had always given back to the railroading community in many ways. 

We thank you all for your support. 

Harry Henning lll.  

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TrainPop's was my favorite LHS.  Brian was a great guy and advocate for the hobby.

As a side note, Brian started TrainPop's after developing prostate cancer several years ago, at a relatively young age.  He responded to aggressive treatment and was in remission for a while, but unfortunately the cancer returned and spread.  He also advocated for PSA tests and prostate exams starting younger than guidelines.

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