Brick Train Show and Sale

Dated: May 20 2011

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National Collectors Club Presents: The Brick Train Show & Sale Date: May 22nd Time: 9am-2pm Location: Brick Elks Lodge #2151 2491 Hooper Ave. Brick, NJ 08723 Admission: $5.00 Children under 10 are Free with an Adult. FREE PARKING BUY-SELL-TRADE Show Features: -East Coast Train Parts -Free Appraisals -Test Track -Train Doctor -Reproduction Boxes -Train Related Items -Thomas, Scale Diecast, Hess Trucks -Books & Videos -Great Family Entertainment -Door Prizes Every Hour Extensive Menu of Great Food & Refreshments Get there Early, FREE Lionel Catalog to First 300 Visitors! Directions: GSP South to Exit 88. Make left onto Rt.70 East to light, make right onto Shorrock St. (Home Depot on corner). In about 2 miles it will become Beaverson Rd., follow to end, make left onto Hooper Ave., Elks Lodge is 3/4 mile on right hand side.
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Marion Romano

I grew up in Bergen County, New Jersey across the Hudson River from New York City. My husband, Dennis, and I raised our two children there. As soon as the kids were finished with school, Dennis and I ....

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