Dinner was buffet style. The Pennsylvania RR Aerotrain was the centerpiece of the table. Paper napkin rings had a railroad track pattern:
Glass table in the living room was topped by an O-gauge Pennsy Consolidation steam locomotive and observation car.
Enjoying trains, food, drink and conversations, shown in photos taken by Carolyn Craig:
Built in 2000, the three-level model train layout uses a wood space-frame construction with 6 legs, which fold for storage. Overall size is 7 feet by 10 feet with a 24" by 30" removable extension section which holds the Lionel Hobby Shop. The tip of the mountain is 65" from the floor. Different trains operate on the tracks at various times.