WAUKESHA, WI -- Hall of fame rock-n-roller, Rod Stewart, unwinds after a concert by kitbashing
. These terms may sound like code words that explain the mysterious antics of a world-famous celebrity, but instead they describe techniques for one of the world's most popular hobbies: model railroading.
The acclaimed songwriter of hits like "Forever Young" and "Maggie May" contacted Model Railroader
magazine to talk about his other achievement, "Grand Street & Three Rivers Railroad."
Stewart offered Model Railroader
magazine exclusive access to his 1,500-square-foot model-train layout
that takes up the third floor of his Beverly Hills home. The visit to his home and interview with Stewart resulted in a cover story -- "Rod Stewart's Three Rivers City" -- for the December 2007 issue of Model Railroader
-- the world's best-selling magazine dedicated to the hobby. The December 2007 issue hits newsstands November 6.Press inquiry contact
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