2014 Big Texas Train Show

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2014 Exhibitors

  9-1-1 Collectibles
Anthony Pape
Aunt Heidi's Toys
Austin Tinplate Trackers
Barkley's Better Boxes
Bay Area Railroading Fellowship
Big Al's N Scale
Big Train Sound
Bill Padgett
Billy Carr The Tool Man
Boone Hobbies
Boston & Albany Hobbies
Brad's Trains
Brother's & Sister's Hobbies
Charlie's Trains
Classic Trains & Ferraris
David Garland
David Glowczxski
Elite N Scale
Emperor of the North
Fort Bend Model Railroad Club
Frank Pokluda
Galveston Railroad Museum
Gerald McCurry
Golden~Blackhawk Railroad
Green Frog Productions
Gulf Coast Chapter - National Railway Historical Society
Gulf Coast Free-moN
Harris Hobbies
Houston Area G Gaugers
Houston S Gaugers
Houston Tinplate Operators Society
Iguana Railway
Jerry Waits Railroad Collectibles
John's Hobby Shop
Karl Kuhne
Kent Bork
Kiddie Train Ride
KMJ Model Trains
Larry Allen Gruen
Leslie Eaton - Ask the MMR
Lone Star Technical Services
Lunde Studios
Michael Doty
Mike's Hobby Shop
National Model Railroad Association
N'Crowd Model Railroad Society
New Braunfels Railroad Museum
Norm's Train World
North Texas NTRAK
Northwest Crossing Model Railroad Club
Papa Ben's Train Place
Pat's Antiques & Trains
Paul Lawler
Petticoat Jct. Model Railroad Fellowship
Prototype N Scale Models
Railroad Partners Inc
Railway & Locomotive Historical Society
Railwear by Rebel Rails
Richard Bartlett
Richmond Controls
Ringer's Trains & Things
Rio Grande Valley NTRAK
R-M Discount Model Trains
Roger Barker
Rolling Stock Trains
Rosenberg Railroad Museum
San Jacinto Model Railroad Club
Scott Delaney
SEK Hobby Supplies
Seven Wonders
Southeast Texas Model Railroad Club
Southern Moon Photography
Spring Creek Model Trains
Ted Davis
Tex N Rails
Texas Brick Railroad
Texas Operation Lifesaver
Texas Railroading Heritage Museum
The Train Cellar
Thom Cotton
Train Collectors Association
Travis Bruner
Usborne Books & More
Winfield Rail Art
Zachery Moss

Thanks to everyone who participated in the
2014 Big Texas Train Show!

2014 Big Texas Train Show
Photo by Edward Johnson

We had our largest attendance ever at this year's Big Texas Train Show. Thanks go out to all of the model railroad clubs, railroad museums and other exhibitors and vendors who supported the show.

Thanks also go to the many people who attended the show on Sept. 6 and 7! We had fun, and hope you did, too!

The most commonly asked question was, "Will you be doing this again?" We can't answer that just yet, as it depends on the available volunteer resources (we are an all volunteer organization) and the availability of a suitable venue and date (thanks to the great staff at the George R. Brown Convention Center for all that they did for us this year!).

We'll be posting more photos of the 2014 Big Texas Train Show over the next few weeks - be sure to check back!


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The Big Texas Train Show is a project of Gulf Coast Chapter - National Railway Historical Society, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization incorporated under the laws of the State of Texas. For more information, visit www.houstonRRmuseum.org.

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Seal of the City of Houston
Houston: Where 17 Railroads Meet the Sea

"17 Railroads" image provided by Doug Weiskopf, courtesy Texas Room, Houston Public Library