Huge Model Train Show Runs for Two More Weekends

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A. Paul Mallery Model Railroad Center in Union County’s Lenape Park
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UNION COUNTY, NJ - One of the largest model train displays in New Jersey has a permanent home at the A. Paul Mallery Model Railroad Center in Union County’s Lenape Park, and every year it pulls out all the stops for the Holiday Sound and Light Show featuring dozens of trains rushing through meticulously detailed landscapes. Located right off Route 22 in Union Township, this family-friendly show offers a convenient break during your holiday shopping, complete with a snack bar, a train-themed gift shoppe, and a rest area for young children. Shows run Friday, Saturday and Sunday until December 13. For tickets and full details visit The Model Railroad Club online at tmrci.org.

The Mallery Center is conveniently located in Lenape Park behind the Home Depot, 954 Route 22 East, by Springfield Road in Union Township. Enter the Home Depot parking lot from Route 22 or from Springfield Road, and go to the far end where the garden center is. Turn left and a small sign will direct you to a road behind the Home Depot. The Mallery Center is at the end of the road.

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