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Action Hobbies Rail Slideshow # 11

For anyone who’s interested, here’s a reminder of the next rail slideshow, this Saturday night… There’s always some neat stuff here. Check it out.

Just a reminder that this Saturday, May 4th is the AHKHTSS#11. The show starts at 7.30pm at Action Hobbies Kingsville (197 Lansdowne Avenue, Kingsville, Ontario).

In advance of the show, we conducted an interview with featured presenter Aleks Stefanovic on his rail photography history and long career in railroading. Enjoy the interview and several preview photos from the show over at our blog here:

Admission is free, as always. The shop’s extended hours begin at 5pm with a 10% off all in stock train products sale on from that time until closing after the show.

Complimentary snacks will be available along with an onsite pay as you go refreshment beverage machine, complete with the ever popular Mystery Pop selection, loaded with various flavours and prizes.

The show will have a 15 minute intermission at the halfway point of the program.

Look for a new Pick ‘Em Draw announcement this week!

Pass this email along to your friends. Hope to see you at the show!

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