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I just moved to Hendersonville, just south of Fletcher, and am looking forward to this show. I agree, not much publicity but I found out from the HO guys at the Hendersonville Depot. If you are going to be in the area on Saturday, their layout is worth a visit even though it is HO.

Mikki

The Asheville & Hendersonville clubs have two good shows per year at the Ag Center - an excellent facility that you can drive into for loading/unloading if needed. Located across from the Asheville Regional Airport.  Both clubs do a good job with their shows. Usually well attended as no other shows within 50-60 miles.

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The Asheville & Hendersonville clubs have two good shows per year at the Ag Center - an excellent facility that you can drive into for loading/unloading if needed. Located across from the Asheville Regional Airport.  Both clubs do a good job with their shows. Usually well attended as no other shows within 50-60 miles.

Just 12 miles away from us and we don't even have to get on the interstate. After I finish my new layout here, I will probably have things to sell so I want to check that out for next year. A few things I still need of course and hope to find them tomorrow. I heard the other one is in January or February, but we are in Florida then where I plan on building a few kits. I have been following the forum for years and learned a lot but never posted pics of my old layout in NJ as I never got beyond it being the "pink elephant" in the unfinished basement. I am moving right along on my new version of the same prototype here in Hendersonville.

Mikki

Steve hi! Yes plenty of o , s ,ho ,n ,standard and g scale . Hope to see you tomorrow. I’m in the Black Hat

I saw you today, I was also wearing a similar black hat which is why I noticed. 

I agree that there was a selection for everyone but definitely more HO in my opinion. I picked up a few HO flat warehouses for perspective but that was about it for me. I spoke with the guy in the back corner who built his own brass Z scale engines and cars! Incredible work!

Mikki

You newer guys will always find more HO in most train shows ('except York and some others) as well as N scale. We usually have a decent amount of O but we are typically 3rd in the amount of product. There was some nice PW items on hand with one dealer offering very nice items at more than reasonable prices. Examples would be a variety of original 6464 cars in ex+ for as little as $15 up to $35 or so. He had an early (1947) GG1 set with 3 very nice Madison cars for just $395. A 736 freight set (5 or 6 cars) for only $265, Lionel 681 turbine freight set for just $185. His quality is consistent and a regular vendor at several recent shows.

I'm in the back left corner if you attend, please say 'hello'. I have some good deals too!

Sam

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