A cycling enthusiast “inconsolable” about the postponement of the Tour de France has recreated scenes of the event in miniature in his back garden.
Peter Martin, from Marsham in Norfolk, turned his pool into the Mediterranean and his roof into the mountains.
Originally scheduled to start on June 27, the tour has been postponed to August 29 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The racing enthusiast said the response to his tweets from his Tour of My Back Garden had been “phenomenal”.
Mr Martin uploaded numerous scenes featuring his collection of 1,400 models and was helped by his eight-year-old son Henri Desgrange, named after the founder of the event.
The collector has already exhibited his models at local village halls to raise money for charity.
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