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Last weekend your PopCulteer and his Radio Free Charleston entourage of Melanie Larch and Lee Harrah paid a hit and run visit to the final day of the Marx Toy Convention held at the Kruger Street Toy & Train Museum in Wheeling.
You may recall that just a couple weeks ago, we were at that same Toy & Train Museum in Wheeling for MEGO Meet. Kruger Street Toy & Train Museum is a wonderful, wonderful place, a very cool day trip, and the subject of at least two more upcoming photo essays here in the PopCult Toybox.
Despite spending less than two hours basking in the wonderfulness of the Marx toy vendors, your PopCulteer came away with several wonderful items, having spent way the heck too much money. What follows are some choice photos of the goodies available for sale and some of the folks selling them.
I missed the FestivALL Art Parade this year in order to go to the Marx Toy Convention, and I can’t claim any regrets. Just look at this cool stuff. We’re kicking it off with the Johnny West stuff, because that’s my main reason for going.