One of the defining structures at the Georgia State Railway Museum in Savannah is a very tall chimney. At the base of the chimney is a building made with iron, brick, and wood. Given its function, it would be reasonable to expect the base would be have a utilitarian design, but both the iron and brickwork were given artistic touches. I continue to believe we are all better for the presence of art and design in our lives and must admit to the surprise I registered when I first looked upon this construction. I love these little visual surprises in unlikely places.