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The YouTube channel 5MadMovieMakers created a stunt track for their toy locomotive, which might sound childish, but is actually something that took a lot of time to perfect, and makes a really cool video. Using only gravity, the train does jumps and other tricks as it makes its way down the track.

Next, Lars Gunnar Erga took his G Scale Christmas Train display and brought it to the garden to get some awesome footage. He plans on adding more track to extend the railroad, and hopefully one day reach the North Pole.

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