Midnight Train Going Anywhere

Who’s insane enough to put a train in their church? Steve Mullins from Barefoot Church in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina! Check out this over-the-top Christmas stage they created for their series “Unstoppable”.

Most of the construction is 2×4 and plywood. The nose section was molded with strips of plywood then covered with screen and Bondo was applied and sanded. The locomotive sits 13′ tall and 28′ long. They created the tracks from wood and poured gravel between the ties. Risers and rustic barrels helped them create a track-side feel. Awesome!

10 responses to Midnight Train Going Anywhere

  1. Holy crap!!! How many man hours?

  2. Wow! That's pretty amazing.

  3. That is over the top!

  4. Hey Pastor Steve from Barefoot here. This build took three guys 10 days to build. Of course there were others called in for painting and tree trimming etc. Definitely the most intense build for us to date. Thanks for checking it out!

  5. It was awesome!!! the lights and sound was like a real train. It looked absolutely real!

  6. Hey Barefooters..That is one Blessed and Awsome endevor..helped in a mighty way by Holy Spirit.My daughter and grandaughter and 2 great grandchildren attend your church.They are blessed to be in your company.Betsy McMurray is her name..daughter.We have been praying at our little Pa church for Betsy to sell her house in Pa. to be able to stay where you folks are.Please join us to help Betsy stay with you.Gods blessing on your Ministries and keep the Gospel Rollin…You got the real Orange Blossem Special…Nancy In Pa.

  7. Awesome to be apart of this experience!!!!

  8. Deborah Dufffell February 10, 2011 at 6:25 am

    Our train was AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!! I miss it. Great job everyone. What's for NEXT Christmas????

  9. Wow! You guys are CRAZY!! ;)

  10. Truly Amazing! This is such a cool stage design!

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