In this post, the last of the "Warrenville Citizen" series, I'll focus on some of Warrenville's more notable citizens. In advance, I apologize to any that I may have unintentionally forgotten to mention.
Everyone is always happy (except maybe the streetcleaner) to see young Suzie walking her pet elephant Tiny.
I made some friends on a recent trip to the Netherlands. I spoke so highly of Warrenville that this Dutch couple, Hans and Gretel, decoded to move here. Here they are arriving at Catella Terminal:
Humpty Dumpty is sometimes seen sitting on a wall:
Steve is frequently seen walking is pet pig, Hammy, downtown. They are a hit with the kids but, again, not so much with the streetcleaners.
Dorothy and the gang have recently moved in:
These Monks are often seen praying near the subway entrance:
While Warrenville's Walking Dead population is its fastest growing segment, some feel that they are not treated fairly and have resorted to unpeaceful protests as shown in this photo:
Some of the Walking Dead, like Larry, have better attitudes about the living. Here he is chatting up a young lady - she does not seem to mind:
There is one citizen that, for good reason, is unwelcome - Godzilla. This photo caught him throwing a train car down onto the carnival while his cohort, a giant scorpion looks on. Fortunately, Superman (near Godzilla's left foot) saved the day.
As Warrenville is such a great place to live, I had myself shrunken down to O gauge so that I can enjoy life there. Here I am on Main Street. Note that I still have to wire the streetlight:
Not everyone goes to the lake to swim. The Flower triplets, Rose, Violet and Ivy, can usually be found there:
These skinny guys at the cemetery are nameless but, strangely, they do have a following:
Superman and Batman are two Super Heros that protect Warrenville:
While not traditionally known as Super Heros (even though they are in the minds of Warrenville's citizens) Warrenville is lucky to have several other heros.
Here is Arnold, a true patriot, making sure no terrorists do damage to this important section of railroad infrastructure:
Other heros are the police and fireman.
This photo shows the police in action arresting thugs after a (rare) mugging:
These firemen are heading to put out a small blaze at the switch tower:
In the wild western section of Warrenville the Lone Ranger and Tonto maintain law and order:
The Native American population respect their surroundings and live peacefully:
Even I can't explain some of Warrenville's citizens, but they are certainly notable:
The "Rev" is well known for his inspiring outdoor services:
For other Citizens of Warrenville entries, see: