FLEMINGTON, NJ -- Less than 90 minutes from New York City there is another realm called Northlandz, one of the world's largest model railroads.
Over the past 19 years, creator Bruce Zaccagnino of New Jersey, has made it his life's work building intricate sets that he dreams up.
The complex dioramas include 400 bridges, 200,000 pounds of plaster and 50,000 ft. of model train track which equates to over 8 miles, he said. It can take a family more than two hours to tour all the sets.
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Take a 360 ride through a massive model train set in NJ