Here are some pics of the other layouts in our division of the museum. Our division is called the "Toy Train Division", as opposed to the scale division which is the other part of the museum. On our side there are tons of accesories with buttons for kids (and adults) to push to activate different things on the layouts, as well as layouts that the kids can operate.
Pennsylvania 4-6-2 Pacific owned by the museum
One of the other layouts that has lots of operating accesories
Occasionally accidents happen
Tinplate trains, some of these trains are modern reproductions and others go back to the 1950s
THe rollercoaster is a favorite attraction of kids & adults
Dealer display, these trains are from the 1940s and 50s. The gray & yellow cars streaking by in the pic are mine
We have all different scales of trains, this is an N scale layout
There are two layouts of Thomas the Tank Engine and friends that the kids can operate
More accesories that people can push buttons to activate as they walk around
Some of you might have had American Flyer trains, we have a few layouts in that scale as well
Can you spot the roller coaster?
It's the blur of yellow going through the loop
Edited by hybridbear, 02 June 2013 - 07:59 AM.