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New York Transit Museum's Holiday Train Show
Wednesday January 9 2013 8:00 - 20:00
Within Grand Central Terminal you’ll find the New York Transit Museum’s 12th annual Holiday Train Show, an ode to all kinds of locomotives. You’ll feel positively giant while wandering around the 34-foot-long display, festooned with miniature versions of city landmarks such as the Brooklyn Bridge and the Empire State Building. Watch as Lionel model trains travel over the river (the East River, to be exact) and through the wood to reach their final destination, the north pole.
Event phone: 212-878-0106
Event website: http://mta.info/museum