This gives you a view of what one of the many aisles of trains looks like within the museum.
RJ outside on one of the old small machines that were used for repairs. ( No signage or anything is available- so I am just guessing here....)
Part of the same train car as the kitchen view- the seating area was quite nice.
This is in the middle train yard area- what RJ refers to as a "Crashdown Crane" (breakdown crane) . He loves it- the perfect combination of construction site and trains.
Here is one of the large trains that I was speaking of- massive is the only word I can think of for them. Just amazingly massive.
There were many photos to share- hope this small choice was interesting for you!
NOW! Back to our regularly scheduled blog.....
a small spinning update- NYASSA is done! : D
OH MY GOSH! Spinning lace weight on a spindle is just NOT my cup of tea although I love the resulting yarn - wow.
I will do a proper post on it shortly. ( It's been a long time in the making- a few more hours/days can't hurt! lol ) I need to get photos taken today of the end product before I post anyway. Can't say I love the colours- but I am proud of the yarn.
Will go for now. More fluff photos and yarn ones too, on their way. :)
Hope you are well.