USBG Christmas, Part I

Every year, the U.S. Botanic Gardens in D.C. puts together a themed model railroad display with the scenery made from plant materials. This year’s theme is U.S. national parks (and since Il Trumpe might sell them off, well…). It will run through January 2. Without further delay, let’s start with Monticello:

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Mount Vernon:

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A long distance view bringing us to….

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President Harry S. Truman’s home:

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Moving down the tracks some more:

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Mattes Street Signal Tower:

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Maggie Lena Walker House:

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Martin Luther King’s birth home:

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A fanciful tunnel:

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Pulling back:

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Lady Liberty:

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‘Iolani Palace:

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John Muir House and Freedom Tower:

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Theodore Roosevelt home:

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Cape Florida lighthouse and the Alamo:

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Sacajawea:

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Casa Grande Ruins:

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Taos Pueblo:

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A close-up:

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More tomorrow!

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One Response to USBG Christmas, Part I

  1. beb says:

    I have a sudden urge to fly to DC. This train display is awesome.

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