Don't worry, this isn't about the former British 'comic' duo, but instead a contrast in sizes of current workbench residents.
The larger of the two is only partly scene - the Playmobil loco which has appeared a couple of times now on my blog. It was very much 'played with' when it arrived with us, and still needs a clean to remove the dust which has gathered from being stored. There's nothing wrong with signs of 'play', they are toys after all, but it needed a couple of little bits sorting. The main ones being the missing crank pins - German eBay provided a source of spares thankfully. Not surprisingly, Playmobil seems to have its greatest following in its homeland and the shear amount of Playmobil sets, parts and bits listed there reflects this.
In front, the 'little', is progress so far with a set of Penbits sprung bogies for a Bachmann based class 37 for West Halton. Just as with the class 25, the kit is superb and things fit as they should. I don't want to say it's easy, as that might undermine the product, but it is very straight forward and a great project to raise spiritis after a rather down week or so.