Hi everyone,

Anyone have any tips/tricks on dressing up a layout for the holiday season? It's about time I get back to work on mine. Any help appreciated.

Thanks!

Nick

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TrainMan1225 posted:

Hi everyone,

Anyone have any tips/tricks on dressing up a layout for the holiday season? It's about time I get back to work on mine. Any help appreciated.

Thanks!

There's a pretty darned good article in the December issue of "Classic Toy Trains" magazine.  Some guy and his wife from Pennsylvania have a REALLY NICE, easy-to-do, 2-level Christmas layout featured that didn't cost an arm and a leg.  My hat's off to him!!!   Check it out. 

Paul  

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