Save the Date: WDFM 2014 Christmas Boxcar Release

Save the date…

20131218-203434.jpgPlease join me Saturday, December 6th, 2014 at the Walt Disney Family Museum for this year’s Christmas boxcar release, the fifth in the series.  This year will be extra special, as you can also enjoy the special exhibit at WDFM “All Aboard: A Celebration Of Walt’s Trains”.

Join us and come see how ‘trains’ influenced Walt Disney!

Signings will be at 10:00am and 2:00pm that day.  For more information, please follow the link below at http://www.waltdisney.org/trains.

Planning to see you there!

 

And, while you’re at it, check out the event announcement page from the Walt Disney Family Museum… Special Appearance: Train Release and Signing with Lowell Smith

Lowell Smith

A native of Portland, Oregon, Lowell Smith married his church choir sweetheart Barb in 1978. After a lifetime of rail-fanning, Lowell and Barb ventured out in 1992 to launch a new business in Portland, Oregon. Read more

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What They Say:

Bill S.

That car is about the greatest thing I’ve ever seen in N scale!  Excellent work!

B.L.

Thank you ever so much for being such an integral part of the model railroading hobby!

R.L.

Ferdinand Magellan is great! This really fits your mission of offering significant cars that otherwise wouldn’t be produced.

Jerry

I really am enjoying what you are producing, Lowell! Thanks for doing it. Jerry

G.P.

I just received the “The Great Locomotive Chase” set from the Walt Disney Family Museum. Very nicely done!

Charlie S.

Thank you for producing such well researched quality offerings.

B. Kutch

Love your 3-rail O Scale Atlas Woodside Reefer series. Looking forward to future issues.

R. K.

You are in my book one of the very best.

Joe W.

And as for your goal of 5 releases a year, I admire your ambition, but I won’t hold it against you if you fall short on that accomplishment.  I’m just thrilled you’re doing such an AWESOME job of releasing this amazing train, and hope you don’t stop until it’s all done!

R. M.

Lowell, I just want you to know – you make this hobby fun!