I've loved toy trains, cars and houses my whole life. When I was growing up all of my friends had them too. I still have about 200 Matchbox cars. These days it's mostly adults who enjoy toy trains and cars. While our kids and grand kids spend many hours playing video games. This Saturday you have a chance to bring your family to see how kids had fun before computers and video games took over. When you think about it. Toy trains have always been and still are an awesome tech toy. So I highly recommend taking your family to Prince of Peace Lutheran Church to see their beautiful holiday train display. I interviewed Bob Winter from the Sussex County Railroad Club on my show this morning. He and other club members volunteer their time and bring their vintage train sets to the church only once a year. Tomorrow is the only day the rest of us can enjoy them. The church from 10 to 4. Admission for the whole family is only 5 dollars. Bob says over a dozen train sets with houses and accessories will be on display. Including the Lionel Train set that once belonged to his grand father. Thanks to a generous donation every child will be given a free matchbox car while supplies last. Some pictures are below. I hope you can stop by. All proceeds go to Prince of Peace Lutheran Church.