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Wow, this winter scene is stupendous! Out of curiosity, who makes those two trucks shown above? They would be a perfect addition to my winter layout, thanks in advance!

Bryce

Thanks for the compliment! The Christmas tree truck on the right is a "Pine Peak Christmas Tree Farm" offering from Corgi. There are a few other Corgi trucks with Christmas trees. An "Ochs Tree Farm", as well as a" Starbucks" version.

The plow truck is a Matchbox collectibles "1954 Ford F100 Sinclair snowplow".

All are readily available on ebay. Its just a matter of waiting for your price.  In fact there is one of each of the trucks in my photo at a low bid of $9.99 at the moment.

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@RickO posted:

Thanks for the compliment! The Christmas tree truck on the right is a "Pine Peak Christmas Tree Farm" offering from Corgi. There are a few other Corgi trucks with Christmas trees. An "Ochs Tree Farm", as well as a" Starbucks" version.
The plow truck is a Matchbox collectibles "1954 Ford F100 Sinclair snowplow".

Thank you very much!

Good evening, I attached a couple pictures of my home layout which is a winter scene all year round.

The railroad in the town is the Pennsy.

Your layout looks wonderful! I really like the image of the Jordan Spreader


Bryce

I changed up the one end of the layout for this Christmas.  In previous years, it looked like this:

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This year, I replaced the snow and generic greenery with structures and accessories from the Dept 56 O Little Town of Bethlehem and the related Holy Land series:

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I left the base for the farm that sits there the other 10 months of the year.  I intend to add a few more accessories and to light the third building, but there's not much room for growth.  I continue to use the Nativity that my grandparents bought before I was born.

The scales are different, but how does that matter?

All is calm--how still we see thee lie!--all is bright, for this is a Holy Night.

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Christmas get together at Z house tonight.  In case any one was wondering about the magic connection between kids and trains, check this out!!

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The kids took turns with the lionchief remote.  The train got knocked off the track more times than I could count, didn't bother me at all.  Kids and trains are still magic!!

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