April 9, 2008

Yes...but is it art?

"Glenburn" is an elevated station, and as such the trackbed is elevated above the base supporting level. The plan view of the "Glenburn" baseboard above shows the elevated roadbed, with wing extensions for the Down (1) and Up (3) platforms. Openings have also been made for the platform ramps (2). The elevated roadbed gap at (4) is for an over-road bridge. Since this picture, cork tiling has been placed on the board to bring the trackbed up to prototypical elevation. Baseboards are my usual 9mm marine ply on top of a cedar-ladder frame.

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