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It was a good event, hopefully it'll happen again.  However, if the plan comes to pass, next year that parking lot will be filled with the shop extension, so that may preclude any more tent sales there.

Easy enough to get a permit for the parking lot or park across the street.   Heck, we can play a charity baseball game...Lord knows I've umpired enough games on that field for 40 yrs old plus leagues. The train show can be a side event. 😉

-Greg

My first time to the Henning's shop.  Extremely well stocked shop with walls of drawers in two rooms full of thousands of parts.  I was so amazed when someone brought in an unusual Lionel flat with a missing part on the load.  Harry took one glance at it, walked along the wall then stopped and reached into the exact drawer where several of the odd ball parts were on the first  try.  Like a magic trick.

The place is loaded with track and switches in all scales plus tons of rolling stock.  Their vendor accommodation was superb.  

Overhearing several conversations but with different Harry's, one could tell these guys really know their stuff.

Neat all scale display layout at the front door.  Plus,  A CLEAN BATHROOM TO BOOT!!

All in all a great day in a great store.

@Tom Tee posted:

My first time to the Henning's shop.  Extremely well stocked shop with walls of drawers in two rooms full of thousands of parts.  I was so amazed when someone brought in an unusual Lionel flat with a missing part on the load.  Harry took one glance at it, walked along the wall then stopped and reached into the exact drawer where several of the odd ball parts were on the first  try.  Like a magic trick.

Harry is like a computer index file, he knows those parts cold!  It boggles my mind when I ask for something odd and he just points to the drawer it's in.

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