Anchor>>Rochester’s largest toy train event
— RIT Tiger Tracks Train Show and Sale is drawing train enthusiasts to the Gordon Field
House to see dozens of vendors and several train displays. The show has been the primary
fundraiser for the RIT Model Railroad Club, the proceeds help the club to repair and add
to their layouts which are on display during the event. They have put this show on for
10 years, this year being the biggest show yet, with more vendors and layouts than ever.
Otto>>People love to come here do a little shopping for themselves or get gifts for their
friends. The kids love seeing the trains, there’s so many different trains to see here.
We have trains for kids to play with as well. And there’s trains of all different sizes,
there Thomas there’s Lionell, there’s all sorts of toy trains. So people get ideas for
what they want to buy and bring home and maybe start their own model railroads.
Anchor>>The train show continues tomorrow. It’s free for RIT students, alumni, faculty
and staff with i.d. Admission for others is $5, $3 for seniors and free for children under