A coach attendant seating a "carpetbagger" while a little "inside joke" between me and Rosa reads. The priestly figure with glasses and umbrella in the lower right is a nod to "Father Brown" from the murder mystery series Rosa loves. The fact that clerical garb has changed little over time allowed me to put a priest from the late 1940's in a 19th century train.
A passenger asks a girl if this is her first train ride.
Another coach attendant talks to a man with a scarf.
A sooty fireman with his coal shovel.
The engineer and two brakemen.
Passengers getting some air.
Passengers enjoying the ride as a young boy waves from the window.
More passengers, including my favorite pairing of a gentleman turned in his seat to talk to the man behind him.
While this endeavor seems at an end....hence the blog post's title, I know myself enough to realize I will probably continue to tweak this ensemble as ideas and improvements occur to me. But for now it's time to move on to other things!