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TIMETABLE listings of railfan events are printed free of charge on a space-available basis. Notices submitted to our web site at least 90 days prior to event date will be considered for publication in the magazine. White River Productions is not responsible for errors in listings, please confi rm details with event sponsor. Please submit your events online at www.railfan.com/timetable.


SKAGWAY, ALASKA, September 3-10, 2015. White


Pass & Yukon Photo Freights at White Pass & Yukon Railroads. Eight days of chartered trains, four with steam. See web page for details. Admission: $3999.00 for all eight days including accomodations. Contact Richard Reiff, Doug Cummings, Adrian Palmer at (604) 444-3506 or visit http://extra2200south.com PUEBLO, COLORADO, August 1-2, 2015. 5th Annual


Colorado Rail Fair at Pueblo Union Station, 132 W. B Street. Enjoy operating model railroads, swap tables, displays by Operation Life Saver and area tourist railroads. Train rides available from Peublo Railway Museum. Admission: $5.00, Children Free. Contact John Denny at (719) 547-7990. CONYERS, GEORGIA, July 11, 2015. Public Run Day


Rio Grande: Crest of the Continent


at North Georgia Live Steamers, 1632 Centennial Olympic Parkway. Come out and ride the rails of our outdoor railroad!. Admission: $2.00 per person, per ride. Contact Robby Mossman at (603) 714-8672 or visit http://www.northgeorgialivesteamers.org HASTINGS, MICHIGAN, September 19, 2015. 2nd


Annual Hastings Train Show at Barry Expo Center, 1350 N M-37 Highway. More than 120 dealer tables. Door prizes. Several operating layouts including a "hands on" Thomas. Free drawing for a new Lionel remote control set. Free parking. Refreshments available. Presented by Hastings Iron Rails Model Railroad Club and Battle Creek Model Railroad Club. Admission: $5.00 13 and older. Contact Brad Miles at (269) 953-9171 or visit http://www.bcmrrc.net KIRKWOOD, MISSOURI, September 26, 2015. “Go


By Train” Smithsoniam Museum Days at Museum of Transportation, 3015 Barrett Station Road.


Rio Grande: Heart of the Rockies $79.95 ea.


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Family friendly day of rail activities & displays, includes equipment displays, speeder and trolley rides, swap meet, model trains, childrens activities, & more. Sponsored by St Louis Chapter NRHS and Museum of Transport. Admission: $8.00. Contact Beth Rothermich at (314) 615-8212 or visit http://transportmuseumassociation.org/index.htm ROCHESTER, NEW YORK, August 15-16, 2015. Steel


Diesel Days 2015 at Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum, 282 Rush-Scottsville Road (Route 251). See, hear, and ride behind several different types of


including LV 211, RGE 1941, USA 1843 and more. All trains depart from Industry Depot. Admission: $10.00 Adults, $8.00 Youth and Seniors. For more details visit http://www.rochestertrainrides.com ROCHESTER, NEW YORK, July 18-19, 2015. Steel


Wheels and Classic Cars at Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum, 282 Rush-Scottsville Road (Route 251). Enjoy our display of classic cars! Take a ride on our restored freight train cabooses pulled by a vintage diesel. Tour our museum grounds, see our extensive collection of rolling stock. All trains depart from Industry Depot, built by the Erie Railroad in 1909. Admission: $10.00 Adults, $8.00 Youth and Seniors. For more details visit http://www.rochestertrainrides.com CINCINNATI, OHIO, August 8, 2015. Summerail at Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Station, 1301 Western Ave. Enjoy quality multimedia slide shows and a railroadiana flea market. Chris Guss presenting the Midwestern work of Mike Abalos, Charlie Dischinger, Tim Hensch, Dan Kwarciany, Mark Llanuza, Scott


vintage diesel locomotives under power


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