The Train Layout

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The above pictures show how the layout looked in its completed state. It featured an amusement park with working carnival rides and a small mid-western town circa the 1960s. Everything was activated by push buttons accessible to the kids as well as adults. And if you pushed the right button, even Thomas the Tank made an appearance.

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   The Patal Models HO scale Cape Cod, which actually looks a bit like our house.

I will be adding new structures as they are built.


Various vintage toy train items.

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