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@Leroof posted:

Bryce! Nice topic and super layout! buildings are Nicholas square? Wow, and you planted a good number of trees!
awesome.

You are too kind sir! Buildings are a mix of MTH, Lionel, Ameri-towne, Dept 56, lemax, St Nicholas Square, and a few others. I stopped counting after I hit 600 trees haha!

Great photos everyone! We put our tree and decorations up on the Friday after Thanksgiving. I’ll be back with some photos of my Christmas tinplate running under the tree shortly thereafter.

I look forward to it!

@dmestan posted:

Already?  I'm still eating Halloween candy

Great stuff guys, jealous that I don't have head start.

Mine is winter year-round so I can BBQ with Christmas music on

Bryce

You are too kind sir! Buildings are a mix of MTH, Lionel, Ameri-towne, Dept 56, lemax, St Nicholas Square, and a few others. I stopped counting after I hit 600 trees haha!

I look forward to it!

Mine is winter year-round so I can BBQ with Christmas music on

Bryce

Hi. Bryce. I forgot all about this and posted my Christmas layout on the switcher Saturday thread. Here it is -

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Well folks, its that time of year again! Many people are unpacking the trains for this holiday season, some are winterizing their existing layouts, while others are putting up displays for the public.

I thought it would be a great idea to create a thread to share our Christmas/winter/holiday trains and layouts.  Your pictures can be as simple as a single Christmas tree on a summer layout, a single piece of rolling stock, or an entire winter themed layout. All scales and gauges are welcome to post!



Luckily, my layout is winter themed so I have a valid excuse to listen to Christmas music year-round.

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I look forward to seeing all of your layouts!

Bryce



Gorgeous winter scenes, structures and scenery, Bryce!

Arnold

Here's another Christmas train set around the tree from two years ago.  Most of the stuff was taken out of the box from 44 years ago when I lived in NJ.  Some AF accessories and a lot of Plasticville buildings from back in the day.  I liked to paint things back then.  I set this up so my 91 year old father could see all the stuff he bought us back in NJ.  The AF trains I have from 1958 will remain in their boxes.  That was his last Christmas and I'll probably never use this stuff again.  I have all new MTH and Lionel equipment now.

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