Looks like a fun place.
Many fascinating things to see.
BEAUTIFUL INDEED AND OH TO BE A FLY ON THE WALL. I BET THERE WAS SOME WHEELING AND DEALING GOIN' ON TOOHugs madi your BFFF
What neat pictures. My brother has a few of mama's oil lamps. My cats would be knocking them around!John's nerve study is today.
That is a cool collection you have!Happy Wednesday Sandra!xo Catherine
Oh I love these. I have one oil lantern and I have always wanted a light, but never have found the perfect one.
i have 2 oil lamps but they're not antiques. just in case of emergency.
Those are pretty Sandra - I don't have any though...
I would love to use in oil lamp. Just for a day. Nice photos.
My husband was interested in oil lamps for awhile, but I am not sure if he still has any. None like the ones in your photos.I really liked your capture of the vibrancy and light on the little engines.
You are interesting in your posts. Are those trains yours? Pretty little pieces , aren't they? I love things like that. We have a couple of old lanterns....we gave our best one to my sister-in-law many years ago.
Very cool pics! I have a couple of old oil lamps but no lanterns. Well, we do have a Coleman lantern, but it's not an antique. I've only used the lanterns a couple of times when the electricity was out. They sure do make me appreciate just flipping a switch for light!
I have and antiques kerosene lantern, but the globe is newer. And somewhere, I have a railroader's signal lantern. Have I told you that Roger's grandpa was an engineer for 25 years! He died before I met Roger...
Lovely finds! Thank you for visiting my photography blog.MersadMersad Donko Photogrpahy
I have none but would sure like to visit that museum. I love trains!Best,Bonnie
I love the little tiny trains, they are my favorite today. The two in the collage that are on top of the coffee cup, one says Orient Express, LOVE!
I would love this place. I love trains and when it gets cooler, I will visit the railroad depot here in town and post about it. You have inspired me once again.
Those are neat lanterns. I also like the little engines you've pictured.
love them all Sandra...We have an old Train that goes from Grapevine to Ft. Worth...no a/c or heat...I want to take Hotrod when we have cooler weather..
I like those trains. We have a big replica lamp with glass funnel and copper base, but it's wired for electric and several replica lamps hanging in the yard that you put a tea light in. In Italy we have a gas cylinder fired lamp for emergencies. I would really like to own some of those antique ones.
We have a couple of oil lamps for emergencies. We used to have an old rairoad lamp but decided to sell it to an antiques dealer. ;) We still have too much stuff. lol
Love the lamps, the tree story and the dancing ducks! It was good catching up!!
I don't have any old oil lamps but we had some when I was growing up. I think my brother has them now.
Great post Sandra! Loved all the old door hardware too!
I know you enjoyed this! Great photos!
I would love the railroad museum. I have such a deep love for trains since my Daddy worked for the railroad and since we traveled alot by train when I was young..... Thanks for sharing... I love those old lanterns also.HugsBetsy
This museum looks like it would be lots of fun to explore. Those little trains are so amazing. We have two oil lamps, one is missing the globe. Somewhere tucked away in a closet is an old lantern. You have made me want to find it now.
Now, I KNOW we will be taking a southern road trip and stopping at this RR museum, Sandra, especially after I send Grenville a link to this post. He collects RR lanterns (a few).
Love the rusty, grungy lanterns.We acquired a few from my MIL but I'm afraid they have remained packed away in the garage since we moved to this house. I'm trying to be more of a minimalist since moving here...therefore a jammed full garage. So I guess I am really not a minimalist after all. (:0)
I love these photos. No I do not have any antique oil lamps.
gosh, those little tain miniatures are amazing!those are neat oil lamps. what a great collection you have.
cool photo's...I see a face in the photo of the hinge in photo number two...it looks like a finger pulling the corner of a mouth into a smile.
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