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@rbryant586 posted:

Sorry all for the issues with the images not showing up. I just uploaded the images again and it looks good. This is just a portion of what the track looks like as I am still working on the top section where the elevated track will be.

there are now 10 images showing, followed by  6 "image not found" notices. Nice looking work sir.

Thank you all so much for the great compliments. As an artist, you never know what someone will think of your designs, and coming from experienced model train builders especially those that are very familiar with the NYC transit system, it truly means alot. I grew up in the 1980's riding the subway and since I cannot be there now, I decided to build my own subway. I didn't have any idea of how I was going to accomplish this and I had to research hours upon hours on every aspect of the subway system and then scale it down as best I could. The table is 8' x 10' so I had to work with these dimensions to make it scaleable. Building just the lower section was quite difficult but I was able to get it to where at least I could run trains. I have a technical background and understand carpentry and electronics so I still have some work left to do on the lower section and I am also working on the elevated area on the top section of the table so it will transition down and back up.  As I work on this, I will be updating everyone with photos and some videos. Again thank you all. Truly humbled.

Roy

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