Bruce Zaccagnino's model railroad-one of the world's largest
There's no doubt in my mind that building model trains is one of the most underrated art forms in existence-especially when you stumble across the magnificent creations of Bruce Zaccagnino, owner of the self-proclaimed largest model railroad in the world.
So underrated is it in fact that when director Andrew Wilcox saw Zaccagnino's creation he decided to make a short film about it to share it with the world.
And it really is a must see for all model train devotees.
The film tells the story of how one man, Zaccagnino, devoted four and a half years of his life single handedly building the fictitious town of Northlandz and spans an enormous 16-acre property in Flemington, New Jersey.
Great inspiration for anyone building their own model village!
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