When I was a kid, I had my very own model train set that I would spend hours on end being the conductor. We would decorate the train layout with all kinds of props, like traffic lights, cars, trees, businesses and more. The best part was watching the train go under tunnels and over bridges. Even today, I am still very facinated by trains. Michigan's largest model train show is rolling into the MSU Pavilion in East Lansing on Jan. 12th (Sunday) from 10a.m. to 4p.m. Most people think of trains as strictly a Christmas-time thing. But model railroading is really a great indoor hobby throughout the winter. Cost is $6 for adults and free for children 12 and younger.