Rocker Rod Stewart built an epic model railway in his house

Twenty-six years in the making, Rod Stewart's incredibly detailed model railway is called "Grand Street and Three Rivers City." It's an imaginary U.S. city from the 1940s and takes up 1,500 square feet of his home in Los Angeles. Photos of the 74-year-old model train enthusiast's railway can be seen in the latest issue of Railway Modeller Magazine, and this BBC story.