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.