Reader: Toy train-lover Rod Stewart is way cooler than you (and me)

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Do you think toy trains are sexy?In advance of the Rocky Mountain Toy Train Show at the Denver Merchandise Mart last week, Cory Casciato listed five toy-train enthusiasts who are cooler than you. The lineup ranged from Winston Churchill to Neil Young.

But there was one major omission. See also: Five toy train enthusiasts who are cooler than you.

Says BedBugK9:

You forgot Rod Stewart..MASSIVE toy train guy. He has been featured in Model Railroader several times. Why he is cooler than you (and me): duh.

Any other train enthusiasts we overlooked? Post your thoughts below.

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