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The TWA Flight Center in plant form at the Holiday Train Show

It may surprise you, but the annual Holiday Train Show at the New York Botanical Garden is a must-visit for architecture buffs, as well as kids. All of the city’s main architectural landmarks (current and long-demolished) are present and they’re all made from plant parts! Untapped contributor Ben Huff recently went to check it out and shared with us his photographs. Scroll through to see places like the Guggenheim Museum, Yankee Stadium, and the George Washington Bridge on display at the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory.

Holiday Train Show-New York Botanical Garden-Bronx-2013-NYC-001St. Patrick’s Cathedral

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Yankee Stadium

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Holiday Train Show-New York Botanical Garden-Bronx-2013-NYC-004Row houses, including the Lycée Français on E. 75th Street, the New India Club on E. 64th Street and the National Arts Club on Gramercy Park South

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Holiday Train Show-New York Botanical Garden-Bronx-2013-NYC-006The Guggenheim Museum

Holiday Train Show-New York Botanical Garden-Bronx-2013-NYC-007The George Washington Bridge

Holiday Train Show-New York Botanical Garden-Bronx-2013-NYC-008Senator William Andrews Clark House on Fifth Avenue and 77th Street, demolished

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Holiday Train Show-New York Botanical Garden-Bronx-2013-NYC-012A collage of some of the most recognizable landmarks including Rockefeller Center, The Plaza Hotel, Chrysler Building, Empire State Building, Saks Fifth Avenue

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See more photos from the Holiday Train Show from our earlier coverage, including recreations of Central Park, the Vanderbilt Mansion, and the original Penn Station. More information on how to visit the train show here.

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