voyttek's layout

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Finally finished second section on new set of modules.
This will be presented in our November Vancouver show, but only if our cat approves of it!
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A very realistic siding with the grain elevators. With the daylight, it looks great. Nice work!
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Catenary looks like a pain in the Haggis! Also looks great on the layout lol


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Finally I finished working on rewiring my module.
This time as connectors I used trailer's extension wires with ends ready made .
I hope this time will be no problems with connection. Everything looks very solid and I tried my modules for the long time and everything worked fine.
I also secured wires so during transportation nothing should happen.
In addition I made the sign to promote our scale on future train shows.
Now, I am working on my first American train, and I hope it will be ready for next show in Burnaby.
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I love the lighted billboard!
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Great idea using the classic BTTB box!


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In preparation for Burnaby Show I installed lights in my BTTB doubledecker PKP Bipa, including tail lights.
This is my first attempt and I think it looks pretty good.
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Love the tail lights. I would dim the interior lighting a bit though.
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Thank you for your sugestion ConducTTor, so I dimmed interior lighting, and it looks mach better now, I think.
I also started building a structure for a new modul, which I plan to put between two existing modules, the one with grain elevators in order to extend the track, so we can park longer trains during our shows.[ Tibi's idea ]
This time it is going to be one street town.
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My new module is almost done.In order to finish it, I have to wait for the "bettung" track. I hope it may be ready for the Burnaby show, if everything goes well.
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