Saturday, February 21, 2009

Train station at Sumter Landing


This is another "Disney" touch. There are no trains. One can't have a "hometown," however, without a train station. Ergo, the folks in charge built an "old" train station. It's very nice, though.

7 comments:

Vogon Poet said...

That's quite incredible... and very nice.

Tricia said...

That's so neat - I have GOT to get down there & check out The Villages - My parents own a moving company & are agents for Atlas Van Lines - they've moved several people to The Villages & they've talked about how well they like it there! I'll get down there one day!

Tricia said...

I noticed your weather widget says it's only 48 degrees down there? WoW! That really must be COLD to you guys for Florida!!!

Jacob said...

Hi Tricia...I hope you can make it...Like I've said, it's all kind of Disneyesque, but very nice still.

Jacob said...

Yup. Can you believe, it's been in the 30s and even mid-20s a couple of nights. Absolutely insanely frigid. We can't live like this. I told someone the other day we're gonna move somewhere where it's warm!

cieldequimper said...

That's very strange! I'd never heard of anything like it!

Jacob said...

Cielde...like I said, this is a sort of "Disneyland." Every hometown has to have a train station...so they build one, even if there are no trains...It is used, however, as a station for a tram that takes people about the area.