In the attic of Neal Mayer’s home, he has assembled a group of vignettes, each using trains and structures, vehicles and figures, and signs and lights to suggest life in his native New England during the postwar era. Visitors stroll from one scene to another and then to another, never in a rush, as they enjoy discovering and remarking on different features and effects.
Let’s join the friends and family members who make the climb up to the top floor of the Mayer residence. Neal has plenty to show and explain, always with the goal of helping others learn to build better and more arresting layouts.
See more in the 2024 Spring issue of Classic Toy Trains!