Free Rails in the Garden tours

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In their 12th year of tours, the Tucson Garden Railway Society is offering their annual Rails in the Garden tour for free on March 7 and 8,  10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.  See 16 model railroad layouts all over town.

All info with maps, descriptions of the layouts at:

http://tucsongrs.org/SpecialEvents/RailsInTheGarden2015/index.shtml

This year the tour will be FREE as the Tucson Garden Railway Society’s way of thanking our visitors for your support and generosity over the past 12 years of this event.

Donations will be accepted at each location.  See map below of the entire tour. There is a larger one online, which is interactive by clicking on the specific locations. We’ve been to the Double K Ranch one out east, and it is amazingly well crafted and intricate.

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One response to “Free Rails in the Garden tours

  1. Spent an hour this morning checking out two midtown train displays on Cooper Street and Calle de Jardin. The first was amazing with several areas including a Western theme (cowboys & Indians, a One Track (gold) mine with a river running through it, and a circus (Big Tent with circus music even). Very clever, intricate with about 6 trains running. The 2nd was less elaborate but cute nonetheless with a Missions in Sonora theme, and 2 locomotives running, the Southern Pacific Union (of course) and a Big John coal locomotive. They had some technical difficulties (blown fuse) but rectified the delay soon thereafter. Entoy this free, family-friendly activity till 4 p.m. today.