Miniature railroad club's train garden

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December 23, 2007|By [NATHAN M. PITTS]

The Miniature Railroad Club of York, Pa., is hosting its annual train garden, open to the public on select dates through Jan. 6. This year, the club has a new and expanded steam locomotive servicing facility with turntable, roundhouse, repair shop and coaling station. There is also a tiny video camera installed on the front of one of the trains so that visitors can see this view on two overhead monitors as the train travels the HO-scale layout.

The club, which was founded in 1943 and incorporated five years later, will hold open houses 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. today, Saturday and Dec. 30 at 381 Wheatfield St. Admission is $3; 50 cents for ages 6 to 12. Call 717-225-5470 for other viewing dates, directions and more information.

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