Train enthusiasts of all ages tracked down to Davenport Central High School Saturday. <
"We have thousands of trains at home. Me and dad are train lovers," said a very excited Hank Genung.
Nearly two hundred vendors took part in the 2nd annual Quad Cities Model Railroad and Memorabilia Show. Even more train lovers got on board to take look at engines cars and cabooses.
Organizers say there is just something magical about a train. "Every kid wanted to be a locomotive engineer or possibly a firefighter. Kids love trains adults love trains it's the romance of the rail. My wife was surprised to see how many women are involved in the hobby or at least support their husbands with their hobby," explained Glen Thede who put on the event.
Thede says Saturday's event was such a success they will do it again next year.
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