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Modified Street Lamps


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4 files, last one added on Aug 19, 2007

Building Lights


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1 files, last one added on Oct 11, 2007

 

 

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Underside view of wiring for the lamp light. Gently pull the wiring to remove the bulb from the lamp.
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An original micro-lamp. These are easily replaced by simply pulling them down through the post and unplugging. To replace the bulb one must remove the plug and re-connect it to the new lamp's leads. A small piece of foam rubber (seen here to the right of the bulb) is gently pushed up the post after the lamp has been installed to keep the bulb in position.
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This is a view of a hole where a street lamp once was. We removed the street lamp by gently rocking it from side to side then pulling it from the base.
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We've opted to replace the lamps on Main Street with smaller Marklin Z scale lamps. The original supplied streetlamp is on the left and the Marklin unit to the right. And yes, they light up too!
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We are gutting all of the lighting from the buildings that do not have special lighting affects. We will opt for something more simplistic like using a string of christmas lights or creating a lighting scheme involving a chain of small incandescent bulbs (2-3 bulbs per building). We decided to stay with incandescents because they have a warm look and feel to them.
 

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We are gutting all of the lighting from the buildings that do not have special lighting affects. We will opt for something more simplistic like using a string of christmas lights or creating a lighting scheme involving a chain of small incandescent bulbs (2-3 bulbs per building). We decided to stay with incandescents because they have a warm look and feel to them.Oct 11, 2007
IMG_3845_8_1.JPG
Underside view of wiring for the lamp light. Gently pull the wiring to remove the bulb from the lamp.Aug 19, 2007
IMG_3837_6_1.JPG
An original micro-lamp. These are easily replaced by simply pulling them down through the post and unplugging. To replace the bulb one must remove the plug and re-connect it to the new lamp's leads. A small piece of foam rubber (seen here to the right of the bulb) is gently pushed up the post after the lamp has been installed to keep the bulb in position.Aug 19, 2007
IMG_3834_3_1.JPG
We've opted to replace the lamps on Main Street with smaller Marklin Z scale lamps. The original supplied streetlamp is on the left and the Marklin unit to the right. And yes, they light up too!Aug 19, 2007
IMG_3830_9_1.JPG
This is a view of a hole where a street lamp once was. We removed the street lamp by gently rocking it from side to side then pulling it from the base.Aug 19, 2007
 

 
   
   

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