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Hobbytown USA Kennesaw, GA
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Links - Atlanta/Georgia Train Stores
Hobbytown USA - Located in Kennesaw, Hobbytown USA is home (Thank You!) to the North Atlanta O-Gauge Railroad Club's monthly meeting and its permanent operating layout. This large store stocks plenty of O-Gauge trains, accessories, scenic materials, books, and magazines. There's something for every hobbyist, so be sure to visit them. HobbyTownUSA can be reached at 770-426-8800. Check them out online at http://www.hobbytown.com/gaken.
Legacy Station - Located in Lawrenceville, Legacy Station has postwar and modern stock and has trainloads of parts. Legacy Station repairs your trains in store without shipping them out of state. What is especially nice is that the folks at Legacy Station will work with you to find what you need in O-Gauge. Legacy is a supporter of the North Atlanta O-Gauge Railroad Club. You can call them at: 800-964-8724 or 770-339-7780.
Trainz - Trainz buys and sells a lot of trains. Owner Scott Griggs has been in the model train business for almost 30 years. We really do enjoy the model train business and we really want you to be happy with what you buy and have an overall great experience. We obtain the majority of our trains from private collections and defunct hobby stores. We have a tremendous variety of items and it is constantly changing. All of our older Prewar and Postwar items are cleaned, tested, and repaired, if needed, by our three repairmen and supported by our parts inventory. Our hours of operation are Monday - Friday, 8:00AM to 4:30PM EST, excluding holidays. We are not open on weekends. If you send us questions after 4:00PM EST, your question will more than likely not be answered until the following business day. Please send your questions in at least a day before the auction ends, or on Friday for auctions that end on Sunday nights.
Memory Station (no web site) - Memory Station has a large and interesting inventory, both Postwar and Modern eras. Located just outside Athens, Georgia in Watkinsville, Memory Station deals directly with Lionel and gets great support from them. You won't find any MTH at the location. Memory Station attends most of the major train shows in Georgia. "If you snooze, you lose." Call Memory Station at: 706-769-8986.
Tom's Trains, Toys & Antiques (no web site) - Located in the Historic Buford section, this small store on the other side of the tracks is packed with lots of pre-war and post-war Lionel and American Flyer. No modern era here. Just loads of tinplate, classic accessories, and the toys of the era. Definitely worth a visit, even if it's just for Tom White's stories of the early days of toy trains (he's in his mid-80s). Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday. 359-C Shadburn Avenue, Buford, GA 30518. 678-772-7949. Tom supports the NAOGRRC.
Cain Design Inc. (no web site) - Located in Carrolton, Jay Cain is a world-class designer and modeler. Mr. Cain has been designing and building layouts for more than 20 years. In addition to being a designer/layout builder/master model maker, he's an authorized Atlas, Weaver & 3rd Rail dealer. Cain Design is a supporter of the North Atlanta O-Gauge Railroad Club. Jay can be reached at: 770-832-1513
Jonathon Lathbury (no web site) - J.D. Lathbury is an authorized Lionel Service Center located in the Virginia Highlands area of Atlanta. They have been repairing trains for longer than anyone else in Atlanta. Most of their business is repair and there is limited showroom space. It's an interesting place to visit and you'll learn a lot just by dropping off your trains for repair. You can contact Lathbury's at: 404-892-3113.
Trainmaster Models - Located in Duluth, GA, this store is geared more for the modeler. If you start going hi-rail you might want to stop by. O-Gauge stock is relatively limited. Trainmaster Models website offers a lot of information and some of the best links within the area. Get the details by calling Trainmaster at: 770-622-1611.
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