Bob Kelly, 72, can remember being around model trains since he was about 4 years old.
His father had a mass of the miniatures and gave some to Kelly and his three brothers.
“I grew from there,” he said.
Kelly, who lives near Elizabethtown, has wooden shelves lined with model trains that represent some of the most iconic brands in the history of model trains.
Some of the pieces are more than 100 years old. Some are wind-up models, while others operate on battery power or electricity.