Don't have any pictures to share about my layout (yet), so I'll share this little snapshot I made last weekend: 24th of June, Hollandse Rading, Netherlands. Train pictured is a Mat.64, plan V. The regular short distance material used by the NS (Dutch Railroads). But what's so special are the catenary masts. Beautifully round and made of concrete. As a kid I grew up thinking that in most of the world they were like this and found the straight lines of the regular steel masts ugly as anything. So what's the story behind them? As far as I've been told, this line was electrified during the occupation by Germany (1940-1945) and as steel was needed elsewhere, this solution to use concrete was chosen. As far as I know, the line between Utrecht and Hilversum is the only place in the world with this kind of catenary masts.