In G scale, big enough to carry food from the kitchen to the dining room, or a cup of water to a thirsty kid at bedtime. With a tiny video camera in the engine, it could be operated from a switch-yard in the living room.
He must have gone off at half-cock.
There are others saying the same thing. Can you give a reference?
I’ve told this tale before, in answer to how the polar bears will survive; but its worth repeating. My neighbor, a Canadian military pilot, relates that whenever a runway light burns out in one of the northern territories, the polar bears will lie in in the snow nearby, waiting for a maintenance worker; and they always cover their black nose a paw.
Visiting NYC last week, I actually saw two (2) people reading books on the subway – hardcover!
Must be a Hallmark movie.
And the lack of oxygen.
Unfortunately, for a while yet we have to add Officially Omnipresent to your list.
Sounds like Canadian engineers.
My daughter’s family used to keep laying hens; and the grandkids named them all. When their laying days were through, the kids had no problem sitting down to a meal of Henrietta or Dixie.