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LCCA introduces the 2023 Concord Convention Cars – a 2-Car SET!

The LCCA has announced the 2023 Concord Convention Cars! Keeping with the LCCA policy of providing convention cars that depict and/or represent railroads or events having a current or historical connection to the convention city/state. For 2023 they are a two-pack of Std O (Standard O) tank cars packaged together in a specially designed LCCA box. One car is a Southern tank car in heritage paint scheme and the other is a Norfolk Southern tank car in an early heritage scheme. more

Relive Nashville and a Lionel Greetings to Concord!

Relive the 2022 LCCA National Convention with the LCCA post- convention video. Whether you attended the convention, or just want to see what you missed, this video has it all. It begins with the train ride which launched the convention and provides all the highlights, including most of the venues visited by LCCA attendees. With Nashville successfully over, the LCCA turns their attention to the LCCA 2023 National convention in Concord, the home of Lionel. more

Convention Trading Hall Policy

The LCCA Annual Convention each year hosts the popular Trading Hall on Friday Evening and continuing through Saturday afternoon. Friday evening and the first hour on Convention Saturday are open exclusively to REGISGTERED ATTENDEES with Convention Badges. starting the second hour on Saturday, the hall is open to ALL including the public and LCCA members present who did not register for the convention. more

LCCA Registration and Cancellation Policy

The LCCA invites and welcomes members to attend the annual LCCA Convention and Business Meeting and encourages them to register early. The LCCA understands that sometimes, even the most solid of plans change and a member who registers in a timely manner would need to cancel their reservation. more
Anatomy of an LCCA Convention

Anatomy of an LCCA Convention

The annual LCCA convention has been a favorite time of fun and fellowship for many of our members. Held during one of the last two weeks of July per our Constitution, the convention changes cities each year, moving around the US to visit and explore all areas of our country, focusing where available on current train excursions that exist in that locale. more