Trains of Christmas roll for visitors at Roundhouse
By CLYDE FORD
Hollie Smith, 8, watched with delight as the Lionel trains circled the tracks around a town of model buildings.
"I like it, especially the one with all the animals on it," she said, pointing to a circus train.
More than 2,000 people have visited the Hagerstown Roundhouse Museum's Trains of Christmas display since it opened in mid-December.
Hollie, and her sister Kaylyn Smith, 10, were the guests of their grandfather, Donald Catrow, 66, a model railroad enthusiast since his father gave him a train set when he was eight years old.
He still has it.
He has a model railroad set up in his basement and occasionally lets his granddaughters take the controls. On Saturday, he decided to take them to the museum's display.