Monday, October 17, 2016

Train Show

Yesterday we attended a Train and Toy Show.   I enjoyed it but not as much as Far Guy.  After I was done shopping I went out to the lobby and found a comfy chair to people watch and wait for the shopping to be done.  Seems like I was the Biggest Shopper of the day.

Texaco Station

I thought for sure that this would be coming home with us…I suppose because it was a reproduction…it stayed there.

Train Show antique toys

I like looking at the tin toys.

Great Northern Mountain and Flowers Pattern 1940-1969

This is a plate used from 1940-1969 the pattern is Great Northern Mountains and Flowers.  I thought this guy was way overpriced…oh well if I ever see any at a garage sale I will snap them right up!

So what did I buy?  A comic book to read in my comfy chair in the lobby and a gift for Far Guy.

Train show purchases

Now he has more little people to paint.  The box is probably worth as much as the people inside.

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17 comments:

  1. Hi Connie, Hope you are beginning to feel better. My mother was born in 1929. She always talked about a tin, wind-up Popeye toy she had. I hope you find the Northern Mountain and Flower pattern dishes at a yard sale. That is perfect for you with the columbines. I'll look for you here in GA, too!

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  2. Sounds like you had a fun outing. I usually end up looking rather than buying at antique shows.

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  3. This would have really appealed to my husband. He was a collector of toys. And I have plenty of tractors and trains to decide what to do with someday!

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  4. Hey, I remember the Gene Autry comics. Also Roy Rogers.

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  5. Hope You are feeling much better,I got my shots in the arm.
    What did Far Guy buy?

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  6. My arm is finally over being sore from the flu shot. But I still feel a little tired. Hope you're feeling better. :-)

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    1. I am finally feeling better but still tired. Thanks DJan, I am glad your arm is better:)

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  7. It sounds like a great place to buy and to sit. Do you have google chrome? If so I could share all my 125 train pictures with the train guy. I will post a lot of them in my blogs as he days go on but not everything.

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  9. Antique shows are fun when you are a collector. Do you have a comic book collection?

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  10. A train and toy show sounds like a fun place to browse. I think I would also leave my DH and go sit down somewhere after a while. Nice that Far Guy bought dinner and you didn't have to cook.
    Glad you're on the mend.

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  11. Hiya Connie! Thanks for giving us a post we can "choo-choo" on! The train stuff is fun to look at. Love the Texaco pump replicas...probably because I remember them.

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  12. Love the Gene Autry comic book! I used to get up on Saturday morning and watch Gene and Roy and Dale and the Cisco Kid and the Lone Ranger and Flash Gordon! LOL! Great buys and I will look for that dish here too. I really liked the replica....reminds me of my Uncle Buck's gas station where as a kid I could always get a cold pop for free!

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  13. What fun. I love the plate with the columbine and mountains on it! Never seen the pattern before.

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Thanks for stopping by! I appreciate your comments! If you have a question I will try to answer it here. Connie