Snow falls on Pine Tree Junction and Thomas and Percy get stuck. Our G Scale Thomas & Friends™ collection are made by Bachmann Trains and are great fun for the whole family. Thomas & Friends™ is owned by HIT Entertainment. Hit Entertainment was acquired by Mattel, Inc. in October 2011. Video Rating: 5 / 5
A miniature Christmas Village and train tracks by the arch bridge. Miniature Electric Train Exhibits at the Nixon Presidential Library
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A miniature Christmas Village on raised train tracks by the arch bridge. The Richard Nixon Presidential Library yearly Christmas season miniature electric train exhibit of Antique and LEGO miniature trains, villages. Displays include videos, memorabilia – Two rooms of running trains in villages, mountains and cities. 1) The Atrium Southern California LEGO Train Club exhibit. 2) The special exhibit room of Lionel and other collector electric trains, in action and on display. Some Wind-up Robots and toys are also included.
I thought I would give you a more in depth look at the interesting collection of items they have at Fast Lane Classic Cars. They have a huge selection of vintage toys, television cowboy memorabilia, collectibles, autographs, and more. This is only a portion of what is available. They also have another room upstairs filled with items and a gift shop as well. I hope you find this interesting, thanks for watching! Video Rating: 4 / 5
iTunes: itunes.apple.com Facebook: facebook.com Twitter: twitter.com youtube.com – My new channel, check it out!! Train – Hey Soul Sister – Guitar Cover (By Ely Jaffe) Instrumental!! Hello folks! Enjoy this happy sounding rendition of this great new song, sorry no tabs yet, all improvisation in E major basically, Enjoy! Video Rating: 4 / 5
It’s Christmas Eve! Hope everyone is well rested and ready for a nice holiday – here are 12 images from the Chicago Botanical Garden’s Wonderland Express that I took earlier this week. This is an annual exhibit of myriad Chicago landmarks remade in natural, local plant material, replete with G-scale trains snaking throughout the herbivorous landscapes. Check out the details on the Chicago Botanical Garden’s page. The exhibit was free on Tuesdays (until the 22nd) and remains open until the third of January. Some of these displays are absolutely amazing – accurate and superbly detailed throughout. I didn’t get all the displays here, but I have most of the more spectacular and recognizable (you’ll notice I have two images from the University of Chicago’s Rockefeller Chapel). Head out to the botanical gardens and check the exhibit out – or stay here and have a look through these photos from the comfort of your chair. See if you can spot all the landmarks – and for the photography nuts who care – all of these were taken as single exposures at ISO 800-1600 and turned into HDRs with photomatix and some photoshop love.