1. bill says:

    Where is it? WOW!

  2. bill says:

    right,,, Hamburg

  3. Cephus says:

    That’s actually really well done. One of the local hobby shops has a much, much smaller display, but it’s still a lot of fun to look at, they’ve put in tons of detail and probably 2-3k figures of various kinds throughout the display. Too bad it’s not really being added to anymore but they ran out of space to expand.

  4. Good use of YouTube to promote a destination.

  5. BubbaRay says:

    Superb. It will be quite while before I get back to Hamburg, but I’m looking forward to this. A real piece of work.

    Thanks, Uncle Dave!

  6. amodedoma says:

    Roadside America in Shartlesville PA is better – been going there since I was a kid. I think it’s bigger and better!

  7. Nimby says:

    What? No train crash? What a gyp!

  8. AdmFubar says:

    Gomez Adams would be in all his glory there

  9. Ah_Yea says:

    I’m still trying to figure out how they took a train to America.

    I thought the “not so good place” Red Light District was funny. Great family entertainment!!

  10. bobbo says:

    #9–Ah Yea==My thought was “Aren’t they about 40 years behind the times?” It was about that long ago I lost interest in Marklin in favor of slot cars. I’d think the same here. A post card about the place totally satisfies my interest in it.

  11. Ron Larson says:

    Wow… sounds like something awesome to take a kid to see in Hamburg.

  12. Benjamin says:

    That is cool. Almost worth putting up with the TSA to fly out to go see this. Almost.


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