Next we headed back outside over to the conservatory.  We had to wait in line for about 10 minutes before entry to the train show.  With a drink in hand it didn’t seem long at all before we were inside the little world of trains. Although my parents claim that I went to the train show as a child, I cannot remember any of it, so to me it was all brand new! I loved seeing all of the replications of numerous familiar New York buildings! Some of the highlights include Yankee stadium, Grand Central and the NYBG Conservatory. Fun Fact: each of the replicas is also based off the original building from a specific year. As I mentioned in my previous article, what is most impressive is that all of the replicas are made completely out of plant materials! I took a close up photo of Grand Central so you would be able to see the amazing detail.

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