My son, Jim, completed getting my track plan entered into RR Track software and here are the first prints. The lower level is at the top and the upper level at the bottom.
Here are a couple shots of the progress on my highway bridge project. The first picture is a view from the yard looking at the bridge as it crosses over my Proviso Freight Yard. I am looking for that busy highway crossing look over a busy freight yard and it’s starting to come together. The road is to represent Manheim Road.
Made quite a bit of progress recently. In block one I replaced the MTH building that I am remaking into the Tangney Hotel with Woodland Scenics new Corner Emporium. This building has become my Coast to Coast store where I bought my first Lionel train set and my first bicycle was purchased.
The second block now features an F. W. Woolworth “dime store” that was a favorite of mine as a child. In the center of the block is my version of Carroll’s Bakery where we used to go for fresh baked breads and hot glazed donuts.
It’s looks like a Friday night and all the stores are open. Parking meters haven’t been installed yet and cars are taking advantage of the free parking while it lasts.
The H & N Chevrolet dealership is now open for business with a beautiful new red and white ’55 Chevy convertible and a Corvette in the showroom. The salesmen appear to be in good form “encouraging” their prospective customers.