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  Updated Dec 28, 2016 | By Bob Fugett

    Chester Historical Society : About

      [  Made in Chester - 2014  |  Train Exhibit - 2015  |  Contact  ]

TRAIN EXHIBIT
exhibition at the Chester Historical Society
47 Main Street, Chester, NY

consecutive Saturdays thru October 2015
9am - 1pm
 

Mary Endico took some photos during the opening reception, May 2, 2015.

The pictures tell a lot of the story, but for the details you'll have to go over to the Chester Train Station and see for yourself.

There is even a working model train for the kids to run.

Yes, we know some of the text above is a repeat of last year's, but really it is spectacular, so this year we added some text below.


the center piece of this year's exhibit
is the model train collection of this man
Robert Held


the presentation was his opportunity to gather together
all his trains and scenery which had spread out
across his house as a life of responsibility took hold


visitors dressed in various period costumes
representing eras of travelers who have passed
through the station


tiny worlds fuel the imagination of tiny (and not so tiny) viewers


thank you, thank you, thank you


art is not confined to gallery walls


happiness and friendship need no prompting


excellence of the past informs the present


you certainly want to step through that door
and an easy release of breath must surely allow


you will be enthralled


reminded of how we arrived


an inch from patinas untouched


read all about it
 


little man big job


bigger man bigger job


Oh, wow!

 

 

 




























 



 


All photos by: Mary Endico, Sugar Loaf, NY - May 2, 2015
text by: Bob Fugett - May 2, 2015 (hands off)


 

 

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