The weather in February can be so bad that the only thing remaining to do is to go to a museum. Due to a fact that we recently visited all the art museums around us, the only 'unvisited' one was a Railroad Museum, designed and built by Bruce Williams Zaccargnino. The dream of the Great American Railway at Northlandz began over 35 years ago. 8 miles of rails, 400 bridges, 100 trains moving at the same time - the resulting attraction is now at 495 U.S. 202, Flemington, NJ.
I took so many pictures that it was difficult to make a choice. The winding path leads around the exhibit, from floor to floor, like going around a mountain built inside of this space.
|Train Ride outside the Museum|
|Photos of the exhibit|
The museum is intended for kids, but grown-ups enjoy the exhibit as well. We liked it - it was also a challenge of taking pictures in those low-light conditions, and pretty tough decisions to make when choosing them for posting.