Greengate Mall Revisited

Christmas (1980s)

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Children ride aboard the miniature train in Center Court.
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Reply JessicaRanda
1:21 AM on October 19, 2010 
Hi Guys, just joined up, can anyone tell me where the edit button is to edit my profile? I can't find it anywhere LOL

Thanks in advance

-Jess
Reply JessicaRanda
1:20 AM on October 19, 2010 
Hi Guys, just joined up, can anyone tell me where the edit button is to edit my profile? I can't find it anywhere LOL

Thanks in advance

-Jess
Reply Joey Allen
4:02 PM on August 21, 2010 
Hello,

I have this Train in my shop, we are looking for as many photo's and history we can find on train.We what to paint it just as it look when it ran at the Greengate Mall
. my cell is 717-676-2232 email is [email protected]

Thank you
Joey Allen


Jack Elster says...
Growing up in the Greensburg area I was employed by GG Mall in high school in the early 80s as 'promotional display worker'. Our group was responsible for the greatest christmas display in western PA. Remember the original Nutcracker display with the large towers? It was our group that created this. That year I was even in charge of driving the train - that was an experience. In this photo I am commenting on is the train that I remember. It would derail at least twice a night that was always a pleasure - especially keeping the kids in the cars (in the middle of the display) until I got help re-railing the train. Just some memories...
Reply Jack Elster
9:34 AM on March 7, 2010 
Growing up in the Greensburg area I was employed by GG Mall in high school in the early 80s as 'promotional display worker'. Our group was responsible for the greatest christmas display in western PA. Remember the original Nutcracker display with the large towers? It was our group that created this. That year I was even in charge of driving the train - that was an experience. In this photo I am commenting on is the train that I remember. It would derail at least twice a night that was always a pleasure - especially keeping the kids in the cars (in the middle of the display) until I got help re-railing the train. Just some memories...
Reply jason schnars
8:24 PM on November 28, 2009 
OMG!!!! I rode this train every year as a child. I would beg and plead with my dad " Is it time to go yet? I wanna see Santa and the train!" wow i cannot belive i found this site.....so many memories damn good memories. thank you for doing this website. I am going to show my wife a part of my childhood that most cannot.

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