Over 350 tables representing dealers from all over the nation will have model items in all gauges and Railroad Antiques for sale. This is Florida’s largest combination show, displaying items for both the “modeler” and “rail buff” alike all under one roof. The model railroader may choose from Lionel, American Flyer, LGB, Marklin or Ives Trains from the past or present. The rail buff may focus on dining car china, lanterns, switch locks and keys, calendars, timetables or any other artifacts actually utilized by the railroads. Both collecting interests represent truly unique pieces of Americana.
As an extra feature of this show will be 10 large, award winning, working layouts with displays and clinics for all to enjoy during all open show hours. To be included are Dick Estes' Layout “The Great Dog Bone”, “Fun and Disasters” Layout, Safe Layout, The Greater Florida Lego Train Club large working layout and display and the Central Pasco and Gulf 7 ½” gauge train and others.
You're invited to the OKC Streetcar Ribbon Cutting on Friday, December 14 at 10AM. The event will take place at Leadership Square and will kick off the inaugural ride of the OKC Streetcar. Learn more about OKC Streetcar at okcstreetcar.com.
It's a pub crawl. It's a rolling TED talk. It's a Graham Dodds dining experience. It's all of these and more.
Enjoy custom made cocktails while listening to experts explain how electric buses can save profits, people and the planet. Meet Dale Hill, co-founder of Proterra, the largest electric bus manufacturer in the US. Chow down on a pop-up meal from culinary superstar, Chef Graham Dodds. Drink new voltage-charged cocktails from the Green Door, Harwood Tavern, and our own Live Wire Lounge.
We'll be using DART's downtown DLink loop, powered exclusively with Proterra electric buses to make the rounds. A ticket gets you three drinks, a meal and all the reasons why full electrification of local bus fleets will be great for public transit and the environment.
The ride begins and ends at the Green Door Public House in the Farmer's Market. First bus leaves 6:30.
If you ride DART and want to see DART improve its service, lower its fares, and become more accountable and responsive as a public service to the public, help us build a transit riders union in Dallas!
Join NTX Transit Riders for our next monthly meeting this Tuesday, December 4th at 7 pm at 2815 S Ervay St, Cornerstone Baptist Church's old sanctuary. All public transit riders and public transit supporters are welcome!
With Mayor Tom Barrett, Federal Transit Administration members, Potawatomi Hotel & Casino representatives, other officials, and entertainment. At 1pm, The Hop is open! Passengers board 2 cars at Cathedral Square, 1 car at Burns Commons, and 1 car at 4th and St. Paul. Musical entertainment in the Park until 2pm. (Please be prepared to wait to board and don't ride continuously but do exit at stops along the way to explore restaurants, shopping and downtown activities. Those who have enjoyed tan Opening Day ride and want to return to their original location without waiting in line for The Hop, the city will offer free bus service along the route as needed. Look for buses with “Bus Bridge".