As I mentioned the bridge over bridge over water will be one of three primary focal points on my layout.
The second will be the passenger station with the two sprawling platforms. The station is a Walther's kit shown below.
It has some resemblance to the old Santa Fe station in Fort Madison, Iowa.
Here it is pre-weathered and about 90% assembled.
The twin platform will each be about 40" long with butterfly shelters fully lighted, benches, luggage carts, phone booths and many passengers.
The station will be named Fort Madison and Santa Fe Logo's on all four sides.
In an earlier post I mentioned that several business would br named after family members. The following pictures will should explain it.
An old house converted to doctors offices will serve as an office for my daughter in law. This sign will appear in front of the house which appears in left side of the next picture.
My wife, who has a passion for baking will have her shop here. You may have to expand the pictures to read the text.
My daughter works for large international legal firm in the budgeting and finance area.
She is represented by this modest office on the 2nd floor.
As mentioned earlier my son Jeff works for a lumber and building supply company.
Even my son's dog will be getting in the act. This structure will be re-named Westley's Doggie Treats.
That's all for now, check back later.