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Richard Thomson Memorial Train Giveaway

Periodically, throughout the year, AGTTA sponsors a Richard Thomson Memorial Children's Train Set Giveway. A complete train set is given away free when a lucky child's name is drawn. Anyone under 18 years of age is eligible to win.
All a child has to do is attend the event to get a free entry ticket. This is a way for some of our members to give back to the children.

Be sure to come back and check for Updates on when our next Train Giveaway will take place.

UPDATE: Upcoming train giveaway. Check out picture below of  the great train set up and extra goodies one lucky child will take home in June 17th at our Annual June Father's Day Open House meet.
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Thanks to our sponsors Lionel LLC and members of AGTTA.

This is Kai, the lucky winner of the Train Giveaway that took place at the The Great Train Show in February at the Del Mar Fairgrounds.
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Special thanks to Lionel LLC and the AGTTA members who donated train items to make this giveaway possible.

Here are pictures of the previous Lucky Winners.
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Nolan was the luck winner of an O Gauge Chesapeake and Ohio freight set at the 2016 Annual Open House - All Day meet on Dec 3rd.
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Joseph won the O Gauge Diesel engine, 3 freight cars, a caboose, track to build an oval 12 sections, and a cw 80 transformer at AGTTA's  Open House - All Day Father's Day Meet on June 18th.
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Ezra, pictured with his Mom won the HO train set AGTTA raffled off at the fun modular run held at the San Diego model railroad museum May 17 to June 5th 2016
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This is Carter.  He was the winner of the first annual AGTTA train set give away held Dec 5, 2015. Also pictured are Richard Thomson and Marshal Carpenter who along with Cheryl Lyman and the AGTTA put the entire set together.