Miniature railroad empires of the Brazos Valley

There is something magical about model trains – especially when they run through mountain passes and across trestle bridges overlooking ravines on 1,000-plus feet of track in their own dedicated 1,200 square foot building.
In recognition of National Model Train Month, Master Model Railroader Chuck Lind, and wife Laurie, are one of three homes or model railroad clubs in the Brazos Valley whose layout will be open to the public for a free viewing Saturday, Nov. 18, and Sunday, Nov. 19.

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