Dating radio flyer wagon
Here are links to some articles on the history of train gardens: Tracking Down a Seasonal Baltimore Phenomenon (Baltimore City Paper 2000) Holiday Train Garden Traditions (Fire Museum of Maryland) And you might enjoy, as I did, Paul Race's musings on "What Do Trains Have To Do With Christmas?" We strive to maintain a comprehensive, accurate, and up-to-date list of train gardens, displays, and open houses in the greater Baltimore-Washington DC area.
The list is meant to be inclusive, in addition to the traditional Baltimore firehouse holiday train gardens, any train display, open house, etc., whether holiday themed or not, is included, with a rather broad geographic coverage as well.For the 71st year, this street in the Hampden district of Baltimore is brilliantly lit up for Christmas, and the glow spills over into the surrounding neighborhood.And, since there are some trains in it, I get to include it in this list! Railroads, 8269 Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard, Pasadena, MD.Our train garden and trains are 1940-50's from the Catonsville Fire Department, which were renovated about 13 years ago. (German Christmas Market), Zion Church of Baltimore, City Hall Plaza, 400 East Lexington Street, Baltimore, MD.For the 20th time this year, The Christkindlmarkt features - Imported German Products, including: Stollen, Advent Calendars, Lebkuchen, Domino Steine, Printen, Spekulatius, Pfeffernsse, Lbecker Marzipan, Collector Gift Boxes from Nurnberg, and more; German and American Arts and Crafts Venders Products include: Pyramids, Smokers, Nutcrackers, Jewelry, Ornaments, Figurines, Schwibbogen/Candle Arches ... Join us for a bit of glhwein, a wurst, gulaschsuppe, imported bier, and gemtlichkeit! Saturday November 25 10am - 4pm, Sunday November 26, 11am - 4pm. This is a Baltimore tradition almost as old as train gardens.