I know it isn't finescale but I hope that anyone interested in the whimsical world in general and model railway history in particular will like this. It's the latest film I've made over the summer with my friend Peter on his Gauge 1 tinplate garden railway. I've taken a month off from my efforts in the MRJ Cameo Competition to get it finished and we're rather pleased with it: Being aware that there are some real experts in all things GWR on Western Thunder, I feel that I need to offer a disclaimer - we truly love the GWR but are not experts, so we concentrated on making it LOOK like the Great Western without getting carried away with the detail. The coaches are Bassett-Lowke tinplate GWR clerestory coaches and were manufactured in 1908 - they are 110 years old and still working - wonderful! Interestingly, Peter sourced them from different places over the years, and two actually have consecutive serial numbers. A bit of research showed that they were originally purchased together and are back working in a train together after 100 years. These coaches are quite rare these days. The prairie tank was made by an amateur model engineer about 50 years ago and has been repainted and generally smartened up. It's fairly rough, but to us it suits the general atmosphere of the film, and runs very nicely. To our untrained eyes it looks like strange mixture of a small and large prairie, so has been given an entirely fictitious number (no complaints please!). It was a buzz to make - I hope you like it.