From the December 1914 edition of Modern Mechanics, and a recent tag sale find, some poignant World War One Christmas images from the French, German and American perspectives. Click on the images below...and enjoy.
Worth looking at again--A VERY unusual set of G.E. Christmas lights http://bit.ly/2qfnRkD
The BEST use of a vintage typewriter in a vintage Christmas display we have ever seen; really clever http://bit.ly/1gPHlj6
THE LATEST ADVENTURES FROM ROB & MONICA http://bit.ly/2qh1xUS
PLASTICVILLE! B & O Passenger train making its evening run through the sleepy town of Plasticville on a cold winter's night. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tjmUw4-b6Q&list=PLz6Uw8M5fzmzPpBurgpIksM4HlpwFr7-f
MARX 1960 CIVIL WAR PLAYSET: THE MANSION http://toyconnect.blogspot.com/2011/11/marx-american-civil-war-acw-mansion.html
OLD LIGHTING + NEW LIGHT BULBS = PROBLEMS FOR OWNERS OF VINTAGE AND ANTIQUE LIGHTING http://everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2014/02/old-lighting-new-light-bulbs.html
REMEMBERING THE RED BARON http://everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2017/04/remembering-red-baron.html