Sunday, November 22, 2009
Photo gallery: Trains at NorthPark Center
The annual trains at NorthPark exhibit will delight young and old.
DALLAS As kids enter the train exhibit at NorthPark Center this year, they're given a floppy conductor's hat. They're transformed into little engineers in the making.
Kids and families walking through the bright exhibit are treated to scenes from the Dallas, New York City, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C. landscapes.
One little kid was so excited, he was speechless. Others happily babbled about meeting "Thomas the Train in real life." The exhibit took more than one month to build and is located in NorthPark on the first floor between Dillard's and Macy's. We're told: "Each unique scene offers minute details that promise to wonder children and the young-at-heart!" It certainly seemed to be the case on opening day.
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