Annual train show rolls into Woodbridge

The Barron Arts Center in Woodbridge is hosting its annual train show. Exhibits at the locomotive convention, now in its 22nd year, are designed by

Mike Gelesky designs the miniature exhibit using 300 feet of track.

Mike Gelesky designs the miniature exhibit using 300 feet of track. (12/24/12)

WOODBRIDGE - The Barron Arts Center in Woodbridge is hosting its annual train show.

Exhibits at the locomotive convention, now in its 22nd year, are designed by local train enthusiast Mike Gelesky. He uses about 300 feet of track and countless props and figurines.

The show will be closed on Christmas, but will reopen Wednesday at 11 a.m. It runs through Friday, Dec. 28.

To watch more from Woodbridge, click on News 12 Extra on Optimum TV channel 612. 

 

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