I actually use an old entertainment center to store my trains in until I buy a house in a year or two. My TV sits on the top, the space where the old style TV would fit holds my railroad books, and the glass doors where the VCR/DVD and other items would go hold my trains. I also collect Legos and use an actual glass display cabinet for them, but it could be used for trains just as easily. Craigslist, LetGo, flea markets, thrift stores, and used furniture stores are great places to find these for cheap. Entertainment centers especially, since more people are wall-hanging flat screens now. I'll take a better picture of my setup when I get home tonight.
You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post.
"That sapling that once grew just south of Wassaic may be long gone, and the Harlem Line’s appearance may have changed over the years, but for decades to come, I can count on it continuing to provide me with funny recollections"