In Flemington, Model Trains Way Too Big to Go Under the Tree

trendIn Flemington, Model Trains Way Too Big to Go Under the Tree
Bruce Zaccagnino started building model railroads in the basement of his Three Bridges home 24 years ago. When the train set grew too big, he excavated a second basement, then a third, a fourth and a fifth. By that time, it took 81 people to operate the …
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Model trains bring Clifton family together
For more than 15 years, the Cicero family of Clifton has spent countless hours thinking about, talking about and working on model trains. As members of the Model Railroad Club Inc. in Union, the Ciceros get to share their passion with the public at the …
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Toy train attractions for two days of Rail-X
Members of the Manawatu Model Railway Club have been preparing their extensive layout, which is set somewhere in the British Midlands, circa 1950, and running Hornby trains and rolling stock. Working off photographs, the club’s Michael Hardman has been …
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IE Music Now: Tyler Bryant & the Shakedown, more at Joshua Tree Music Festival

musicIE Music Now: Tyler Bryant & the Shakedown, more at Joshua Tree Music Festival
Besides Glen Glenn, who is in the Rockabilly Hall of Fame and was reportedly born in October 1934, other artists set to perform include Mad Max And The Wild Ones, The Phil Friendly Trio, Cash Prophets and Brian Dunning and the Hot Rod Trio.
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Olympia’s Rockabilly Mafia Dolls do good works — and look good doing it
Members of the Olympia Rockabilly Mafia Dolls from left, Carrie Hockman, Leah Oliver and Stephanie Seitz, put the finishing touches on their 50’s look Friday, October 23, 2015, before a benefit for Nickhole Arcade. Dean J. Koepfler The News Tribune.
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Cave Creek’s Legendary Buffalo Chip Saloon Destroyed by “Suspicious” Fire
Several scenes from the movie, which was co-written by New Times contributor Serene Dominic, were shot at the bar, including a performance by rockabilly queen Wanda Jackson. The establishment was scheduled to host its annual Thanksgiving festivities …
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