679 Hawkins Avenue
Ronkonkoma, NY 11779
Admission: $5.00 For Adults, $4.00 For Children
What a cool display. This one of those local treasures that you can't miss. Thanks for sharing this.
That really is a wonderful display. I remember that my hubby in Germany had an enormous train display that his parents kept up in the attic bedroom............it was really something to see.
Craig is thinking of making plane reservations so he can see this, Larry and Sheila. Sounds like a great exhibit and he loves his trains.
What a terrific time kids would have at the Wrong Island Railroad display Larry & Sheila.
Larry and Sheila,
Ron and I would join our other friend commenters, John, Toni, et al in making plane reservations to see this event. How fun would that be...A
Larry/Sheila that sounds like a fun thing to do. i am sure there is a training running along the Hudson River:)
Larry & Sheila, a fun event for kids and adults who like model trains. You are almost there only a few more points and you will be at the 1 million milestone before the new year....CONGRATS!
What a unique local tradition! And affordable, too! It's hard to find events around the holidays that an entire family can take part in for under $20...
We are watching for you to pass the million points level on ActiveRain.
Best wishes for continued success in 2013!
Larry & Sheila, my father in-law used to have a model railroad set up in his basement and when lowered from its tucked away position in the wall would take up most of the basement.
I'm sure this is a well attended event in Lake Ronkonkoma, Long Island. Everyone loves trains. I know I do! Big ones, littles ones. Love to look at them, learn about them and ride them!
I came over from Rebecca's post she said you were give a million a way HEHE. Good luck you two.
Hello Larry & Sheila, this sounds like a wonderful event and I wish I lived closer as my grandsons love train exhibits.
Good luck reaching 1,000,000 points SOON.
Rebecca is blogging to help you get to 1M points, so keep up the good work.
Hi Larry & Sheila, it sounds like alot of fun to explore the world of model trains.
Hi Larry and Sheila, It won't be long and you will cross over. Congrats to all your hard work.
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