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  1. Futurama Model Scale

    Hopefully this isn't off topic, but we recently went on vacation and stopped at the EnterTrainment Junction in Ohio. They have the largest G scale train setup, which is 1/22 scale. This as far as I can tell from measuring original Futurama cars and buildings, is the same scale used by GM, at least in the city display. I've attached a few pictures, and like the NYWF pavilion, it is difficult to convey the size. They have several train setups from various points in history, the last one being modern day and very similar to Futurama.
  2. City Expositions?

    I know this is a site dedicated to world's fairs, but is there a place for specific city expositions and fairs (I'm not talking about current things like the Ohio State Fair, but at least the larger, older ones)? For instance, I'm from Cincinnati, and our town had numerous Industrial Expositions around the late-19th & early-20th c. See here: http://digitalprojects.libraries.uc.edu/napc99/OMIExhibit/OMIExhibitContactSheet.html http://www.cincinnativiews.net/expositions.htm Other people might not be interested in these types of expositions, but if there's a place for it on this site, please direct me. Thanks, Matt
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