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Three model train shows in San Francisco

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train connoisseurs young and old equally, San Francisco has several model trains shows worth seeing in this weather.

San Francisco Library Holiday Train Exhibit: Through January 7, the fourth annual Holiday Train Exhibit at the San Francisco Library draws both out-of-town visitors and residents. Library Facilities Director Roberto Lombardi and his employees place it together, utilizing Lionel O level replicas. Choose from your preferred story-book railways including the six-car Polar Express, Thomas the Tank Engine (Clarabel and Annie are roommates), The Pogowtree Express. Starting at the railway station on the 2nd floor, by the Fisher Children’s Center. 100 Larkin Street. You’ll be walking distance to the library when you stay at the Phoenix Hotel.

Golden Gate Express – Conservatory of Flowers: This annual train show created by the Bay Area Garden Railway Society and attended at the Conservatory of Flowers has a special San Francisco taste. Not only do the model trains go by San Francisco monuments, the fixed itself is partially reused. Star for champagne caps, yogurt grinders, a computer, computer and much more. As for city monuments, you can see the City Hall, the Chinatown Gate, the Transamerica Pyramid, Ferry Building, The Palace of Fine Arts, and Ghirardelli Square. The clouds sheets in twice daily, at 11: 15. A. M. 4: 15 p. M. M. The exhibition runs until April 10,2010.100 John F. Elliott Drive. Experience your stay in Union Square at the Handlery Hotel, and face to Golden Gate Park for the day.

Randall Museum: The kids love watching this model railroad research, parents will go crazy. A number of railways drive through trails twisting around and through hills, over roads, by McDonald ‘s, through areas, by fire houses as through tiny industrial areas. The Golden Gate Model Railroad Club works The railways in The room of The Randall Museum, where it’s been there since 1961.

While the rest of the museum has a variety of non-train displays, Riding the Rails just launched, a replica of a wagon that children can climb on. In the writings: an urban rail show with legendary San Francisco houses – you’ll be able to step into subways on the railroad tracks. While the Randall Museum is open from Tuesday to Saturday, the Museum is closed, Design stations are only available on Saturdays, from 10 a. M. M. To 4 p. M. M. 199 Museum Way. Stay at Hotel Palomar, and you’ll just get a trip back from the museum.

–Debbie Abrams Kaplan. Friscokids. Total and Kaplan Ink.


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