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The picture below is base on the old Kate Shelly bridge her in Iowa. It was constructed from Evergreen Models structural shapes (ordered in bulk). It is 14.5 ft long and stands 60 inches off the floor so the center can be used as a duck under. This took about a year to build.
This is the Wyocena yard engine house. The hot air balloon on the backdrop covers a Dremel tool hit.
A highly weathered SD40-2 at the engine house
This will eventually be the engine servicing facility. It is directly in front of the ADM plant.
I had one of the original Atrearn SD70ACE locomotives which never operated correctly (discovered to late it had the warped trucks) so it is my wreck. A bit high to fit through the helix so I will probably redo on a depressed center car.
Just some farm scenes,
This is the entrance to the helix. Staging yards are on the lower level and the layout is designed as a continuous loop. If your train goes into the helix on the right track it will reemerge on the left track returning to Wyocena.
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