Great American Circus

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“The Biggest Little Show on Earth” was birthed when I realized there was no N scale circus train available.  Not wanting the expense of a  license with the Ringling Brothers was a smart move, as it made my circus not only affordable, but allowed the freedom to be totally creative doing what ever I wanted. It’s my circus!  The series launched in the summer season of 2003.
 
After years of no competition, finally a few years back another N scale circus came onto the scene. Many have asked how I feel about Micro-Trains producing the Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey train. My response is simple. Back in the day there were many a circus competing from town to town around our nation. And so I welcome the competition! It is all fun! But without a doubt, The Great American Circus and Wild West Show continues to wow audiences around the country. It truly is, “The Greatest Show on Rails”!
 
Little known fact: the passenger cars “Louisville” and “Portland ” are the first time ever, that Micro-Trains decorated Kato car bodies.

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