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Did trains beneath the Christmas tree begin in PA?
Circling trains around the base of an evergreen made sense. "It sort of naturally fit under the tree," said Jeff Graybill of the South Hills Model Railroad ... to turn to hobby stores to build on their sets. "They were presents and toys, and as children ...
Postcard From Plain Township: Model railroad design business
Nothing says Christmas shopping like staring at a toy train ... can have model railroads customized for their home offices. “We can do as much or as little as you want,” said Sorenson. “Obviously, if you’re doing it for a hobby, you want to ...
Railroad club celebrates anniversary with open house
A typical layout might have two trains running in circles on a 4x8 platform. Those looking for a toy train thrill this year should make tracks (pun intended) to the Hudson Model Railroad Club ... a turntable, roundhouse and cities and towns ...
The tradition of model trains beneath the Christmas tree may have started in Pennsylvania
Where Jim Morrison lives, a tower of electric toy trains ... gave him a train set when he was a boy, and Mr. Graybill carried the hobby through his teens and eventually to Penn State University, where he was active in the school's model railroad club.
Community Corner: Small trains are fast fun for High Sierra Model Railroad Club
CHICO — "Old toy ... Model Railroad Club, the only model train club between Sacramento and Redding. "It was my son-in-law who suggested I start a model train club. I thought it wasn't a bad idea so I made fliers and put them up in hobby ...
Local model railroad to be featured in Classic Toy Train Magazine
The 17th annual Model ... towns in his railroad are “sort of modeled after the towns of Snoqualmie and Skykomish,” Suess said. The whole set-up is so unique that it will be featured in an upcoming edition of “Classic Toy Trains” magazine.