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The Train Masters of Babylon held its 18th annual Model Train Show Open House at its clubhouse in Lindenhurst.

The Train Masters of Babylon held its 18th
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

The Train Masters of Babylon held its 18th annual Model Train Show Open House at its clubhouse in Lindenhurst. (Feb. 5, 2012)

The Train Masters of Babylon held its 18th
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

The Train Masters of Babylon held its 18th annual Model Train Show Open House at its clubhouse in Lindenhurst. Club member Jason Samuel of Commack and his son Jacob, 8, were on hand. (Feb. 5, 2012)

The Train Masters of Babylon held its 18th
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

The Train Masters of Babylon held its 18th annual Model Train Show Open House at its clubhouse in Lindenhurst. David Williams is the organization's president. (Feb. 5, 2012)

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The Train Masters of Babylon held its 18th
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

The Train Masters of Babylon held its 18th annual Model Train Show Open House at its clubhouse in Lindenhurst. Sebastian Pepi of Bayside, Queens, is one of the organization's members. (Feb. 5, 2012)

The Train Masters of Babylon held its 18th
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

The Train Masters of Babylon held its 18th annual Model Train Show Open House at its clubhouse in Lindenhurst. (Feb. 5, 2012)

The Train Masters of Babylon held its 18th
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

The Train Masters of Babylon held its 18th annual Model Train Show Open House at its clubhouse in Lindenhurst. (Feb. 5, 2012)

The Train Masters of Babylon held its 18th
(Credit: Ursula Moore)

The Train Masters of Babylon held its 18th annual Model Train Show Open House at its clubhouse in Lindenhurst. (Feb. 5, 2012)

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