Busy Saturday at Lewes library includes Shore Line Garden Railroad Club display
On Dec. 16, members of the Shore Line Garden Railroad Club bring their trains to the Lewes Public Library. The G-scale railroad enthusiasts not only have their own backyard displays, but provide outreach to areas in southern Delaware and the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Go to trainweb.org for more information. RON MACARTHUR PHOTOS
December 25, 2017
Kate Gorchakova of Rehoboth Beach has a hard time getting Sasha Maslou away from the trains.
Ivan Karzhova is fascinated with the trains much to the delight of his mother, Katy, of Rehoboth Beach.
Thomas rounds a corner of the layout set up by the Shore Line Garden Railroad Club on tables at the Lewes library.
Club member Paul Gillis sets a train car to start a third line running on the tracks.
Richard Stocklager concentrates on placing a Dad’s Root Beer tanker car on the track.
From the left, Ivan and Katy Karzhova and Sasha Maslou and Kate Gorchakova enjoy the trains.
Club member Gary Smith crafted this engine and car, including the happy frog engineer.
A Conrail engine pulls a long train on the tracks.