voyttek's layout

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I finished installing lights on station platforms and on the street in the little town.
Now I can concentrate on light signals, but this is quite a big project because signals have to be done from scratch.
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This is what is ahead of me.
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Very nice!
Maybe such tool could help you as well:
vacuum-desk-t3498.html
Greetings from Austria
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Signals are such a rare thing on a home layout. I love it. BTW, you have some unique models :thumbup:
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It's the website you're already on. But if you want to be even more on it, click the link.

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That looks sooo good!!
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Thanks for your suggestions regarding soldering led’s - I have been using double sticky tape to hold them in place, and this seems to be working very well for me. .

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Last week I did inventory of my train shelves and I figured that I have enough materials to build one more module. On the last few train show I bought sam bridges which could also, after some modifications, work for our TT scale. I really like diversity of landscape so my decision was to build a module which could be incorporated between two existing modules without using betttung track. It is what I have done over the last week.
I still have to work on the new module to add some trees and maybe some remnants of burned trestle bridge under new steel one.
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The work shown on the photos above took me two full days.
The next two day's worth of work are shown on the photos below.
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A few more hours got me to this.
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And finally my project is finished.
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