Barron Art Center's Annual Holiday Train Show

The model train show will be open through the holiday season
WOODBRIDGE, NJ - Sure stockings and Santa hats are tell-tale signs of the impending holiday season, but so are model trains. Whether it's running around the bottom of a tree or a part of a traditional display, the appearance of model trains signal holiday fun.

The Barron Arts Center in Woodbridge will open its 25th annual Holiday Model Train Show on Saturday, November 28. It will be open to the public through Sunday, December 27 though it will be closed on December 25.

Mike Gelesky is the man behind the set up and design of the model train display, which always draws lots of spectators. Gelesky's display has a definite Jersey flavor. It includes a replica of downtown Woodbridge, a Jersey Shore scene complete with sand and working amusement rides, a NJ Transit Train Station as well as an indoor/outdoor ice hockey rink with a working Zamboni.

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