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#1 Jun 10, 2007
I happen to live down the block from Trainland and had the incredible experience of having all the trailer and tons of cars parked down my block. It was so exciting for my children and of course me. Unfortunately there was a huge snow storm that day and it was hard to see anything. I just can't believe how it takes so much set up and and 2-3 days of so many people to shoot a scene that was about 30 seconds. WOW!!! amazing.
Gonna miss a great show.

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