The train layout extends from approximately
behind the doors, going to the right to the far right
Usually this layout is set up to operate on
Saturday & Sunday of the 3rd weekend of December.
Photo 2 - This collection of hand-painted ceramic buildings was
generously donated to the club by Cindy Lepore
Photo 3 - This Dept. 56 station experiencied high volumes of train
traffic all day long !
Photo 4 - Front view of the layout
Notice on the outside O-gauge track, there
is a train in the front right corner, and a second train visible
in the far left corner.
Some of the members' kids were using
Lionel's command control to run two trains on this loop.
This worked fine until the adults later
took over the command control operation from the kids. The
following below photo shows the mainline shortly after the kids
turned the operation over to the adults.
Photo 4b - Mainline After Kids Turned Train
Operation Over To The Adults
Photo 5 - The HO-gauge part.
Note these are a different set of HO
modules than used at Boscov's -- due to the smaller space
available between the building columns.
Photo 6 - View of the G-gauge on the floor
Note the G-gauge track runs BETWEEN the
module legs here, as opposed to running outside the legs as shown
in the Boscov's photos.
Note also that the 1600 radius track is too
large to use between the legs, and 1500 radius was the largest
that could be used in this building.