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On the way from Glenburnie to Albany where we caught our plane ride hone, we visited a fascinating railroad museum in Pottersville, NY

RAILROADS ON PARADE - This extraordinary 5,000 square foot magical, miniature world of model trains has six intricately detailed exhibits, 50+ trains, animations, neon signs & computerized day/night lighting. Bus friendly. Family friendly. ADA approved.

THE STATION EXHIBIT, a holiday sensation in New York City for 20 years, takes you on a four season nostalgic journey up the Hudson River from New York City to the Catskills and the Adirondacks with ''oh wow!'' surprises along the way, 30+/- trains, 30 animations and even a working drive-in movie.

The HELL GATE BRIDGE EXHIBIT is a fantasy trip across huge bridges, high trestles & past a large town made up of 96 Department 56 ceramic buildings backed by a reproduction of the 1928 Lionel toy train Hell Gate Bridge, on the way to the imaginary city of Bedford Falls.

The 1939-40 WORLDS FAIR EXHIBIT boasts reproductions of the iconic Trylon and Perisphere and features the famous ''Dancing Locomotives'' of the 1939 Worlds' Fair's ''Railroads on Parade'' Exhibition.

NYC SUBWAYS EXHIBIT display is an up-down view of New York City's Park Avenue with the usual traffic jam at street level above two levels of moving trains and below them two levels of operating subways.

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND EXHIBIT with historically accurate modeling of its buildings, Lighthouses, steamboats, lobster boats (and even lobsters) is amazing to see with its nautical shoreline and low horizon, the peaceful landscape interrupted only by the fluid motion of the island's trains.

THE AMAZING WORLD OF Z EXHIBIT, really is amazing in its tiny, intricate detailing. Imagine houses 1'' tall and cars the size of a child's fingernail.

RAILROADS ON PARADE brings you well over fifty trains and trolleys in O, S and HO gauge (plus the AMAZING WORLD OF Z), 2,500 feet of track, 100's of buildings, 1,000's of trees, and millions of memories.

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