NYBG Holiday Train Show Keeps On Chugging

This year’s extravaganza included One World Trade Center as its newest centerpiece.
Photo by Edward Watkins

Celebrating its 27th year, the New York Botanical Garden’s Holiday Train Show showcased Lower Manhattan during a media preview on Monday, November 19. This year’s edition included replicas of the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, One World Trade Center and Battery Maritime Building with two vintage ferry boats. The holiday train show keeps on chugging until Monday, January 21. For additional information, visit www.nybg.org/event/holiday-train-show/.

Many NYC landmarks were recreated using bark, leaves and other natural materials.
Photo by Edward Watkins

A conductor made sure this year’s show kept running smoothly.
Photo by Edward Watkins

A trolley traversed through the lush landscape.
Photo by Edward Watkins

G-scale model locomotives traveled through a tunnel underneath a remarkable recreation of Penn Station.
Photo by Edward Watkins

Trains and locomotives snaked around Grand Central Terminal.
Photo by Edward Watkins

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