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Chief_Architect_10_08a__Roundhouse_Windows.jpg
Window layout - side walls163 views
Turntable_021.jpg
Turntable Lighting219 viewsThe two resistors for the lights on the bridge are hidden under the deck.
Turntable_022.jpg
Turntable Lighting188 viewsThe brass rod becomes the goose neck. I soldered a short lead from the bulb directly to the brass rod, then ran the other wire down to a hole in the deck next to the post.
Turntable_010.jpg
Turntable lighting158 viewsThe finished product
Turntable_020.jpg
Turntable lighting171 viewsYou can see the brass rod running the length of the bridge. There's one on each side to feed power to the lights.
Turntable_019.jpg
Turntable lighting133 viewsThe brass rod bends at a 90 deg. angle up through the deck to become the lamp post. The resistor for this lamp is located on the side of the bridge. Once painted, it will "disappear" under the walkway.
Turntable_025.jpg
Turntable lighting170 viewsI decided to use track power to run the lights on the bridge. I used the brass rod to run under the walk boards to the solder blob that connects the factory power connection. These run to the outer edge of the walkboards where they are soldered to the rods that run the length of the bridge. You can also see the mounting of the two side lights on the overhead structure.
Turntable_027.jpg
Turntable lighting202 viewsHere you can see a close up of the connection of the resistor to the brass rod, and the rod rising through the deck to make a lamp post.
Turntable_013.jpg
Turntable lighting128 viewsAn overhead view
Turntable_009.jpg
Turntable lighting140 views
Turntable_011.jpg
Turntable lighting125 viewsLighted turntable... Lighted Caboose
Turntable_008.jpg
Turntable Lighting129 viewsF-7's
Turntable_002.jpg
Turntable Lighting188 viewsThe lights become apparent as dusk begins to settle in...
Roundhouse_Exterior_Wall_(2).jpg
Roundhouse Wall108 viewsPeek a Boo!
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Roundhouse Wall119 viewsNew wall in place.
Roundhouse_Exterior_Wall_(5).jpg
Roundhouse Wall106 viewsThe windows turned out just as I'd hoped...
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