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The 25th annual New York Botanical Garden’s ‘Holiday Train Show’ will run from Saturday, November 19 to Monday, January 16

NYBG Holiday Train Show Keeps Chugging Along

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A model train passed by a building constructed from bark, leaves and other natural materials.
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A naturally crafted replica of the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building was a sight to behold.
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A tree stump served as a tunnel at the highly imaginative holiday train show.
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G-scale locomotives, trolleys and freight trains traversed the expansive exhibit.
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Samayra Rios helped set up another train for the show.
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Miguel Hernandez made sure the trains kept chugging along at the exhibit.

Celebrating its 25th year, the New York Botanical Garden’s ‘Holiday Train Show’ keeps chugging along. A special media preview on Monday, November 14 showcased G-scale model trains humming alongside replicas of iconic New York landmarks created from natural materials such as bark, twigs, seeds and pone cones by designer Paul Busse’s team at Applied Imagination. New replicas at this year’s exhibit include the Coney Island Cyclone and Coney Island’s Wonder Wheel, Luna Park Entry Gate, the Elektrum Tower and the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge located inside the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory. The must-see holiday tradition is open to the public from Saturday, November 19 to Monday, January 16 For more information, visit www.nybg.org/hts16.

Posted 12:00 am, November 25, 2016
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