Re: [z_scale] Hand made signals
Your idea is good. It looks great. I've been working on some
inexpensive scenic semaphore signals for Z and N scale that are
hand operated. I believe there are enough of us out there who
would like to have some items like this.
BTW your layout is fascinating. I can't believe how much railroading
you are getting into a small space. Personally I'd be knocking the
trains off the track when working on my computer at the same
time. Talk about vertical thinking! Nice work.
The President wrote:
> Hi all, I have posted two pics of an experiment I have done today: aADVERTISEMENT
> doubled sided signal for the scenery of my layout (first 2 of the
> "Alex's first layout" photo folder).
> The pole is a painted broken part (the half) of an "cross-track" pole
> provided with the Marklin little freight station visible on the right
> of the first pic. The signal is obviously not operating but the red
> and green bulbs (one for each side) seems to be lighted when there is
> a good external light angle.
> I would appreciate your comments before to continue on this idea....
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