If you had to pick a musical legend that was into model trains I suppose Neil Young would be pretty high on that list.
Neil Young is selling off some of his collectibles as a benefit for the Bridge School in California. Included are more than 230 trains, studio gear and a few of his cars too.
The trains are predicted to sell for as much as $9,000 a piece, while Young's cars could fetch bids as high as $300,000, according to Reuters.
Young began collecting model trains in the '90s with his son Ben, who has cerebral palsy as a way of sharing a hobby.
The Bridge School aids kids like Ben with severe speech and physical impairments.
Young even began working with Richard Kughn, a Detroit businessman who owned Lionel Trains, to develop a remote control that made operating the trains easier for the handicapped.
“Collecting all of these items has been my great joy," says Young.