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While in Florida on vacation this past June, my brother took me to a place called the "Trainland International Trolley and Train Museum" in Orlando. It really wasn't a museum, but rather a building that housed a large, indoor, G-Scale train layout next to a tourist helicopter ride. I've included some photos below for you to see for yourself what the place was like.
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RE: International Trolley &Train Museum (Orlando, FL) Photos

Edit each of the links to remove the "20" in front of the "G-Scale"
 

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Ed,

Interesting. Did you see any trains longer than 2-3 cars? Were there actually 5 trains running?

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Dick 412 - Bigfoot? If you are referencing the scavanger hunt, I didn't look for him. There were lots of "characters" scattered about the layout.

Mark - Most of the trains that were running were only 2-3 cars long. Even some lone locos. I think they were a bit short on trains and I really didn't see much rolling stock. Certainly no longer modern looking unit trains, for example. I think there were at least 5 or maybe a couple more running all at once. I didn't photograph them all and the operator kept adding and subtracting trains as they needed adjustments or as more people can into the exhibit.

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