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New replicas of the Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, General Electric Building and St. Bartholomew’s Church from this celebrated district joined NYBG’s collection of more than 150 New York buildings and landmarks constructed from plants and enlivened by large-scale model trains

NYBG Holiday Train Show Keeps On Chugging

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A Metro North model train kept on chugging along its path.
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A Metro North Railroad train rode underneath a lush green canopy.
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Trains chugged pass an incredible replica of the Garden’s Enid Haupt Conservatory.
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The holiday train show featured various trains traveling alongside famous NYC landmarks.
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A New York Central NW-2 Diesel Locomotive made its way pass several houses.
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A trolley traveled pass buildings constructed from bark, leaves and other natural materials on the multi-level train display.
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Samayre Rios adjusted controls at one of the many stations keeping the trains running.

Celebrating its 26th year, the New York Botanical Garden’s Holiday Train Show showcased Midtown Manhattan during a media preview on Monday, November 21. New replicas of the Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, General Electric Building and St. Bartholomew’s Church joined NYBG’s collection of more than 150 New York buildings and landmarks constructed from plants and enlivened by large-scale model trains. The holiday train show keeps on chugging until Monday, January 15. For additional information, visit www.nybg.org/event/holiday-train-show/.

Posted 12:00 am, December 1, 2017
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