Firstly, this is called "Please Love Me". Its creator describes it as Meyer lemon, Persian cucumber and capers plus half a bottle of Pinot Grigio. Ah, sweet, needy, exhibitionist vegetable sculpture.
And then, the Fat Controller made me almost unbearably happy with the following scenes of model railway golden age of steam CARNAGE today. Now hang on, I have to get this right.
1. The Staplehurst derailment of 1865 (If you look carefully you might see a dazed Charles Dickens in the leading coach).
2. A representation of the untimely demise of the Rt. Hon. William Huskisson on 15th September 1830. The first ever fatal railway accident.
3. The Penistone crash of 1885
4. The Hull, Paragon collision of 1927
5. The incident known as 'Stephenson's Cow'.
I have his assurance, readers of a nervous disposition, that no engines, troublesome trucks or animals were harmed in the making of these tableaux. The Fat Controller is a man of his word.