I Thought Disney Had Some Cool Railroads

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I Thought Disney Had Some Cool Railroads

I totally want to see this.

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Yeah Brad this place is amazing! One of the guys at my work showed me that place a few months ago, its unreal!

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Amazing, simply amazing and mind bogling. The technology and animation and electronics is fantastic. Having been very interested in HO scale model railroading in my "younger" days where i had a good size operating layout in my cellar (lost to divorce and downsizing to a condo) I can relate to the work that had to be done to fill that size of space.

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My husband is an HO buff. He just started building a layout in our basement. With working full time it will be a long time before its finished, but its fun to see him working on it. We saw Brad's video around Christmas time. We were totally amazed!

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Kris believe me it is a GREAT hobby, but my Corvette is all the hobby I need or want these days. awesome

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that is amazing

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That is truly amazing! I love the cruise ship going through!

When I lived in Flemington, NJ, a place called Northlandz opened up. I never really was a train buff, but when this opened, I decided to check it out. I think I spent about 3 hours there, it was just so fascinating!

Don't know if it's still there, but I am sure glad I got to see it.

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JeffC wrote:
That is truly amazing! I love the cruise ship going through!

When I lived in Flemington, NJ, a place called Northlandz opened up. I never really was a train buff, but when this opened, I decided to check it out. I think I spent about 3 hours there, it was just so fascinating!

Don't know if it's still there, but I am sure glad I got to see it.

Jeff, Northlandz is still there. My husband and I went a few years ago to check it out. It takes a long time to walk through the whole thing. Its amazing how long they had worked on that layout. When did you live in Flemington?

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I lived in Flemington from 1996 - 1998.