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Tom Stolte's model train display

Tom Stolte, who lives near Jarbalo, has been collecting model trains since 1974. With help from other railroad enthusiasts, he is showcasing the collection in an extensive model train display.

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A replica of Geiger Ready-Mix in Leavenworth.

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This train stop is a replica of the Blair Feeds Company on Main Street in ...

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The decal on this railroad car is one that Tom Stolte made. He has a ...

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Train cars in Tom Stolte's railroad display.

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Kirk Freeman of McLouth painted this tornado and several other backdrops as part of Tom ...

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A replica grain elevator in Tom Stolte's model train display building near Jarbalo.

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A replica of the former Bay State Mill in Leavenworth. It was torn down roughly ...

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A building in Tom Stolte's model train display. The display has miniature versions of various ...

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Kirk Freeman of McLouth put together this corn field. There are 1,000 tiny ears of ...

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Several model railroad cars, as well as cabooses and an engine are lined up in ...

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Another stop along the railroad in Tom Stolte's model train display. The backdrop is of ...

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Tom Stolte in his train display building.

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A replica of the Stolte family homestead.

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One of the many buildings in Tom Stolte's model train display, which measures 20 by ...

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A toy truck is doctored up to resemble a type of vehicle used to suck ...

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