Your PopCulteer is still on the road followiing a fun visit at the Kruger Street Toy & Train Museum for the annual Marx Toy & Train Show.

However, even though I’m not home yet, I am breaking in my new mobile office, so I can share just a few photos from the show.

You can expect several dozen more photos and even some video in the following days, but for now I’m just bringing you some random images to give you a taste of how much fun this awesome toy convention is.

Expect a bigger photo essay on Tuesday, while we’re in the midst of a Radio Free Charleston marathon over on The AIR. Right now, from an undisclosed location somewheres in Ohio, here’s the first post made from PopCult‘s new mobile headquarters, which is a work in progress. The plan is to eventually have things set up to post video from the road.

But now, on with the photos…

It occured to me that I haven’t posted a full-on shot of the Kruger Street Toy & Train Museum for a while.

A crowd shot of the playset-heavy main room.

Wheeling and dealing in the world of plastic.

A quick look at Professor Jim Fuller’s table. There will be more to see in the coming days.

As usual, Dave Roth had the full sprectrum of rare Johnny West figures.

You never know what might turn up at this show. If I’d been looking for these, nobody would’ve had them.

James Wozniak had a cool assortment of stuff, and even had some goodies from Brad Curry’s Bee-Active Toys.

And finally, your humble blogger poses with the legend, Big Loo.