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Roundhouse Update 7-2696 viewsSince the new building effectively blocks the operators view of the E.T. escape switch, I added a signal to help indicate the switch position.
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Roundhouse Update 7-2695 viewsExterior lighting is added over the side service door.
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Roundhouse Update 7-26122 viewsClap On!
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Roundhouse Update 7-26115 viewsInterior view from the back wall.
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Roundhouse Update 7-26106 viewsThis is the rear side, which has to cut in in a couple of places to allow the main line to pass behind the building. I fully detailed this side even though it won't be visible in current layout configuration...because you never know where it might be needed next!
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Roundhouse Update 7-26103 viewsLooking in from the turntable side.
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Roundhouse Update 7-26106 viewsAnother side benefit of doing decoder installations is a growing volume of surplus light boards. These came in very handy for lighting this project, especially the old Kato boards with the incandescent lamps.
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Roundhouse Details133 viewsRail installation. I used my fine tooth razor saw to cut a narrow channel at the edge of the finished floor that the bottom flange of the rail nests into to increase the stability of the track installation.
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Roundhouse Frame117 viewsFamily Portrait. Progress thus far on the Elkins Roundhouse.
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Roundhouse Frame105 views
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New Roundhouse107 viewsUnder construction at Ridgely
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Roundhouse Foundation116 viewsPainted and installed. The shiny bits are washes that aren't dry yet.
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Roundhouse Foundation110 viewsPainted and installed... well, placed anyway...
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Roundhouse Foundation106 viewsPainted. Shown in outdoor light.
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Roundhouse Foundation125 viewsFreshly painted. I started with a coat of almond spray paint, followed by mists of grey primer, then a few passes with some grimy black and earth using the air brush.
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Roundhouse Foundation124 viewsYou can see the wiring channel here. I ran a bus line along the back under the floor, with drops to each track (obscured by the black tape). You can also see the sign letters, revealing the original purpose of the styrene sheets I used!
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