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Action Hobbies Slideshow # 7

As always, I like to pass along this information in case there is someone out there who’s interested in going. The slideshows are amazing and informative. If you haven’t been to one yet, you need to check it out.
 

 

Thurs August 23rd, 8.15pm – Action Hobbies hosts Historical Train Slide Show #7

Free admission!

Action Hobbies Kingsville welcomes Tecumseh, Ontario’s Bob Ballard. Mr. Ballard will be presenting slide photographs taken from 1970 – 2000 in his presentation entitled “Across Ontario with Bob Ballard”. Bob is a well regarded, skillful photographer with an interest in Canadian railroading. The show will focus on rail operations of the Canadian Pacific, Canadian National and VIA, amongst others, as they evolved over a period of time into the modern era of railroading in the province of Ontario.

Mr. Ballard will be presenting his photographs with analog projection.

Attached is the poster for the event, suitable for printing. Please forward this along to anyone who might be interested.

Complimentary snacks are offered in addition to an onsite pay-as-you-go pop machine that features the ever-popular Mystery Pop selection (over 25 different flavors, some with prizes attached to them!).

Limited seating available – arrive early!

Slides spanning decades • Duel analog presentation

Extended store hours – 10% off all model train products during the extended shop hours, 7pm – 8pm / close.

Attached is a poster suitable for printing. Pass it along!

Call Action Hobbies at (519) 733-2619 for additional information.

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