Two charming early industrial settings with a carefully positioned partition wall to keep them separated.
Autumn in New England.
An industrial setting.
An American express train passes a junk yard piled high with crushed automobiles.
The best railway in show was 'Spijkspoor' and this had come all the way from near to Rotterdam in the Netherlands. It depicted a series of Dutch urban, rural and coastal scenes in the 1950s.
Fifers deep in concentration.
Connoisseurs of fine art examine a gallery full of masterful depictions of railway scenes. Clement Greenberg would not have approved.
Well, he can boast.
The hypnotic qualities of a Fife cement depot.
The Railway Inn receives a renovation.
Part of the scenic West Highland Line. Note the tourists taking a breather on the terrace of their hotel.
Lord of all he surveys.
A commuter train rumbles through a very green and verdant landscape.
Another favourite of mine - Donegal in Ireland, charmingly rendered in cardboard.
Relaxation in the Bavarian Alps.
Prize-winning garden with orchard adjacent.
Naughty engine being disciplined.
Fat Tony's Used Auto shack.
Reading the newspaper on a bench at a wayside halt.
Deforestation in progress.
The hunt drop in for a few pints.
A diversity of gentlemen and their models.
My award for the most surreal railway - and also the most charming. If Teletubbies went by train...
Fairground attractions - love the rococo organ.
A scene from the North-East of England coalflield.
The flat panorama one sees in Morpeth and a slightly decrepit freight yard.
An old restaurant car reaches the scrapyard.
Just Like The Real Thing.
Ten Commandments StoneCast Model Accessories.
An LMS Pacific lovingly rendered in Meccano.