Tuesday, December 20, 2016

The Trains at The Botanic Gardens

As promised yesterday, today I am sharing images of the amazing train display at the 
The display is large, filling a room that is maybe 20' x 150 feet.
Rather than share too much information that may bore some of you,
for those that are interested, 
a lot of really detailed information about the trains can be found here

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Amazing, the only word that describes it!!

31 comments:

  1. Thomas!

    I can only imagine what it took to build this. So elaborate!

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  2. My sons always loved the train displays, but I've never seen anything to compare with this! So glad you got to see this. Thanks for sharing the photos.

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  3. i enjoyed your post so much!
    my sons were doing their homework and i called and asked to take a look as they are huge fan of Thomas and his team .
    i find this special treat for eyes near Christmas .
    Blessings !

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  4. Wow - there is something for everyone! Mountains, lighthouses, covered bridges, Mount Rushmore... and Greg would love the trains!

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  5. Hello Debbie, it is an awesome train display! I enjoyed taking my son when he was young to see the train gardens. Great memories. I am sure it took a long time to put this one together. Great series of photos. Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day.

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  6. It's decided! I'm going to come live with you! You have the most amazing adventures! This is incredible. I'm going to share it with my grandsons who all love trains. We went a local botanical garden last night and saw their train garden. It is a good one, but NOTHING like this!

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  7. These are fantastic displays! I can't imagine the time involved. I love how the train weaves in and out!

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  8. Thank you, Debbie for taking all of us along on your trips, through your beautiful photos.
    I greatly enjoy your blog and wish you and your hubby a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from northern Michigan.

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  9. Dec. 20th

    So adorable!

    Re: your comment concerning Prednisone. I ceased eating added sugar and commercially produced foods, before my doc gave me the 11 days of Prednisone. So I was already eliminating sugar, which produces inflammation. My doc said the Rx would clear inflammation out of my body. It's not just me, saying that.

    I am continuing to eat no sugar. So after the Prednisone cleared my body of inflammation, I was/am no longer putting sugar in, to make more inflammation. So...... I can walk again!!!!!

    Plus lose weight.

    I am so happy, that my plan worked!!!!

    Most people can't imagine no sugar, especially at Holiday Time. But believe me, lack of pain, and being able to walk again, is a wonderful motivator!!!!!!!!!

    Blessings,
    Luna Crone

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  10. Amazing
    Brilliant
    Captivating
    Delightful
    Exhilarating
    Fabulous
    Great

    ... and that's just A - G LOL!

    It's a place I would love to visit, so I am so pleased you have shared your lovely photo's
    Thank you

    All the best Jan

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  11. The wonders never cease. Amazing for sure. Fabulous photos.... no people in the way, how do you do that? I feel like I was right there.

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  12. This is so charming. I love the trains!

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  13. Yes, that is really amazing! I love it.

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  14. A display like that takes a lot of work. This looks very well done.

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  15. That was the word that came to my mind also, Amazing details they put into that, love the bridge, cool houses, tunnels and carvings, tfs!!

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  16. I love the little village and trains! So neat!

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  17. Amazing pictures and love all the fun trains and displays.

    Hugs Diane

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  18. An incredible display Debbie. I was interested in how all the different types of plantings were used as well as the ingenuity that has gone into building this display :D)

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  19. Reed would LOVE all those adorable little everythings but it would STRESS ME OUT to know end to keep him from grabbing all that delicate stuff! Wishing you a fabulous set of holidays, my dear Debbie. STAY WARM. xoxo Andrea @ This Knitted Life

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  20. Hello Debbie!
    I wish for you that all your Christmas wishes comes true!
    Merry Christmas!
    Lucja

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  21. I absolutely LOVE this, Debbie!
    I cannot even begin to imagine all of the work that went into creating this,

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  22. oh my gosh, that is amazing...I can almost see the little people and animals running from victorian house to victorian house, can't you? You find some of the "most neatest" things to go see---and I am so glad you share them with us!

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  23. Beautiful place Debbie, has a wonderful decor.
    I wish you a good Christmas. FELIZ🎄🎅🕯🎄 NAVIDAD
    Besos.

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  24. These are amazing photo. I think it is a spectacular place. I know my husband would love this train display. He always wanted one. Thanks for sharing these! Hugs~

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  25. So much detail. It must take an incredible amount of time and skill!
    XO

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  26. So much detail. It must take an incredible amount of time and skill!
    XO

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