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February 28, 2016

I think it brings people into the show and creates a lot of interest, said Mike Kidman, of the Central Iowa Garden Railroad Society. The kids and adults love to see trains running. Approximately20 club members bring trains, tracks, and rural scenesto the event. Theset contains a variety of scale models. You also might possibly enjoy this, go here: at this time there is usually lots of good youtube garden railways relevant media all about the garden railroad topic on the whole, with specific focus on the G scale railroads.Included in the set are variousbuildings, a water towers, a grain elevator and a bridge that crosses a pond. It takes members around six hours to setup the display. The club is used to running trains indoors and outdoors. Inside is not as much of a challenge, but many of us run trains outside, and it is more of a challenge outside, Kidman said. A lot of members are converting to battery power, that makes it simpler for electrical issues that you get outside. The model rail club has a reason to donate their time at the Garden Show. They are there to promote their annual Train Tour, which will be held in Central Iowa. Various members will have model trains running through outdoor gardens. The show will be held this year on June 27th. Information on the show can be found at the Central IowaGarden Railroad Societys website . There is an admission charge. People just love trains, Kidman said.

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