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Action Hobbies Kingsville’s Historical Train Slide Show #15 this Saturday, April 26th, 2014 @ 7.30PM

If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, head on out to Kingsville for the ever popular Historical Slide Show.

Tomorrow Saturday, April 26th, 7.30pm – Action Hobbies hosts Historical Train Slide Show #15 featuring a special “double presentation” by returning presenter Helmut Ostermann from Waterloo, Ontario.

Free admission, as always!

Helmut will make an analog presentation of two different shows (split at the halfway intermission): “Whatever Happened To Waterford?” and “Medium Format Night Railway Photography”. Both shows will feature Helmut’s own photography as well as selections from his extensive collection of slides, negatives, prints and documents.

For complete info, check out the write up on the show at the blog here:

Seating is limited, so arrive early for preferred seating.

Slides spanning decades • Analog presentation

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

Action Hobbies Kingsville
197 Lansdowne Avenue
Kingsville, Ontario, Canada
N9Y 1S6
(519) 733-2619
actionhobbieskingsville.com
actionhobbiesrailroad.wordpress.com

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