An autumn scene in a Rhode Island factory town dominates the module created by Mike Tylik MMR, a friend of Little Rhody who often attends our monthly meetings.
The adjoining module by Mike Tylik.
Two modules by George Landow, the one on the left consisting of a factory town and business district and that on the left contains a harbor with freighter, oil depot, and a river crossed by two bridges.
Left: The town scene in module directly above. Right: The modules on display at the 2014 Little Rhody Division show at the Pawtucket Armory. [Click on images to enlarge them.]
Two views of one of Sue Osberg’s modules
Sue Osberg’s river module.
Left: Richard, who managed the modules during the show at the Armory, standing behind Justin Maguire’s model that depicting a late nineteenth-century scene on the East Providence side of the Seekonk River. .. Right: The Rhode Island Coal part of one of Landow’s modules. [Click on images to enlarge them.]
D. K. Paul’s 1-foot module photographed at her home during the Little Rhody picnic in Warwick.
Little Rhody’s TTrak Modular Layout at the Seekonk Library, 2 November 2019
Dave Dekonski, engineer, heads a long freight into his U-shaped end end module.
The modules seen from either end. Left: Beginning with Dave Dekonski’s U-shaped seaside module with working lighthouse. we see at left Tom Emmet’s double-length industrial module; at the right we see modules by Sue Osberg, Justin Maguire, Mike Tylik, and at the end another by Dave. Right: Starting from Dave’s mountain tunnel U-shaped module, we see two superb autumn scenes by Mike Tylick, and Justin’s recreation of the East Providence bank of the Providence River around 1900. On the right we see Steve Erickson's module, and ones by Landow, DK, and Emmett.
Steve Erickson’s module at the Seekonk Library in November 2019.
Left: Dave Dekonski, who took charge of connecting up the power to all modules and fixing poor connections, works with Tom Emmet. Right: Tom and Justin Maguire attach the backgrounds.