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December 7, 2013

Rod Stewart takes in city’s ‘Downtown Train’


Notwithstanding his self-deprecating style, Stewart has had his own work featured in model train magazines. Streeter noted, “He has a huge model of Grand Central Station. ... He does his modeling while he’s on the road.” At age 68, said Streeter, “He looks great. His hair was just as crazy as ever.”

For his part, Stewart owns several of the painstakingly fashioned buildings that Sellios sells at high prices through his Fine Scale Miniatures. “He kept hugging me,” Sellios laughed.

Both Sellios and his daughter Tara, who was also there for the Stewart’s visit, were given tickets and attended the singer’s Boston concert. “It was real entertainment,” said Sellios.

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