|There is so much to take in that one can miss the little stuff like this car being worked on, or is that a dead body. Note the bullet holes from the gangsters. My car fared better parked outside George's Peabody, Ma. layout location.|
Originally the Expo handout information said no cameras, but when we walked in Peter and I found everyone taking photos with phones and cameras. George was allowing his F&SM to be photographed. We hustled back to the car and got ours out.
So back to the question, "what do I show you from our visit". I decided to show you what I enjoyed the most, the smaller details and scenes found around the buildings and on the roofing. So here goes part one...enjoy...George Dutka.
|This is a great little scene. I love the idea of the worker on the roofing and all the clutter around the doorway.|
|A close-up of the roof being fixed. A really neat detail that makes one have a second look at a structure. It seems as every building is telling one a story.|
|On the station platform canopy is a low spot that George models puddles and pigeons drinking from it.|
|A zoom in on the platform roof.|
|Not many people would think to model a bridge that looks like this. We all want cars going over ours. I think this one looks great and am considering such a structure on the WRD.|
|Two views of a rooftop access which is littered with odds and ends. Note the pigeons. George uses a lot of pigeons for details on most of his structures.|
|A simple roof detail on one of George's buildings is some loose rubble that has collected in the angles.|
|This was an interesting scene worth modeling. An old unused loading platform is getting overgrown along with the tracks in the foreground.|
|And lastly the two George's. Peter Mumby photo.|