Snowflakes and Peppermint Candy at Durand
There is a late Victorian train station in the small town of Durand, Michigan, which now serves a dual role as a railroading museum and an unattended Amtrak station. Each Christmas the community supplies lavish decorations in the form of trees, each decked out by a different organization, and overall room decor. This year's room theme was candy and snowflakes. I've tried to provide a little sense of the overall space with this montage.
DP354-2014 Posted Saturday, December 20; created ditto from photos taken December 13
The top two images in the montage show decorations along the top of the former ticket booth; the lower two show decorations at the tops of the main columns in the room and across the ceiling. You get a glimpse of some of the trees in the shot in the lower right. All told, throughout this room and the rest of the building, there were probably a couple of dozen trees. Full frames views of these shots can be seen starting here: http://smu.gs/13nziqs
Title: Snowflakes and Peppermint Candy at Durand
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