January, 2003 Photos
These were mostly taken for fun. A few days after these photos were taken, you couldn't see any of the buildings on the railroad at all. Looking over these, I realized that one advantage these photographs have is that you can get a better sense of the proportion of my railroad than you can in some of the photos with a riot of plant growth. However, if you want to see pretty photos of the way a garden railroad is supposed to look most of the years, you'll also check out the my June, 2002 photographs.
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