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In my usual ambitious state, I am getting ready to add I-290 to my layout. It will be 3 lanes in each direction, and I will model the portion where it crosses the river, by the old post office. What do you recommend for making the road surface, and lane markings? How about exit ramps and signs...
I was recently working on my railroad, a 4x8 modelling Chicago Union Station. I currently don't have a loop of track to run trains, which is fine, because passenger cars don't look good on tight curves. But, I want to do more than run trains from one end of the layout to another. My current plan...
Those of you who have read my previous posts know that I model Chicago's Union Station. I have 6 tracks, and 3 platforms, and I was wondering about wiring. I run standard DC, and use 2 power packs, to allow for the capabilities to run 2 trains at once. I want to run all my lights, switches, and...
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