Delaware Train Show joining Octoberfest Toy Show

NEW CASTLE, Del. – The Delaware Train Show returns Oct. 23 to the Nur Shrine Temple. It will feature more than 175 tables of trains, accessories, slot cars, and some toys. New promoters has taken over the train show that has been going on in the Nur Temple for more than 30 years.

The old promoters have moved on to a new Pennsylvania location. The new Delaware Train Show promises a diversity of trains from the early 1900s to the present. The event features a variety of unique dealers coming from up and down the east coast, some as far away as Florida.

On Oct. 24, the Octoberfest Toy Show moves in better than last year’s show as a two day event.

The Nur Shrine Temple, Convenient to I-95, I-295 and US Route 40. 3 miles from the Delaware Memorial Bridges. For information on attending or participating, visit or, call 856-302-3606 or write P.O. Box 55, Wyoming, DE 19934. ?


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