The above is the front as you are heading into the circus buildings. It has similar architecture to his mansion,Ca' d' Zan (House of John).
This is about half of the railway car shown here. Unfortunately looking in was so dark that the camera couldn't really pick up what it looked like. It had gorgeous dark mahogany wood all handcarved as paneling. The sofas were made of green tufted velvet and could be pulled out to house some of their family and friends if need be. There was a full-sized dining table with 8 chairs, an observation car at the end where the men would have their cigars, and a rather large kitchen, considering the width they had to deal with.
One of the cages used for the animals when traveling through towns to advertise the circus.