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Modified Train Station


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133 files, last one added on Jan 28, 2010

Olszewski's Train Station


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Released in June 2005 for $245

1 files, last one added on Sep 26, 2007

Disneyland's Train Station


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5 files, last one added on Sep 26, 2007

 

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Random files - Main Street Train Station. Town Square address 100
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I cut the numbers out and carved them a bit. The font had to be more bold than the originals. The numbers were then glued to the pattern.
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N scale photo-etched railing installed on the west end of the platform. The style of railing on this end is different than that used on the east end. Disneyland engineers and cast members are the only people allowed on the west end while passengers/guests have access to the train cars on the east end. Therefore, a higher fence is used on the east end for added guest security.
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The fencing on the righthand side of the platform installed. This is photo-etched brass.
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3/32" diameter holes were drilled through the station base to allow the wires to pass through and so the trees could be 'planted.' Here, the two completed speaker-trees have been installed. Can you guess which ones they are?
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Un-diluted white glue is painted over the pattern and then the green texture is sprinkled on. I lightly press the material into the glue to ensure good, dense adhesion. After the glue sets I gently brush off the excess with a make-up brush.
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This view highlights the baggage cart with the luggage installed.

Last additions - Main Street Train Station. Town Square address 100
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Jan 28, 2010
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This is the speaker-tree at the west end of the station (first from the left). The speakers are wired to a digital chip-board (from Cowlacious Designs) and the station arrival/departure announcements have been recorded onto the chip. When triggered, the announcements are heard. The sound quality is pretty darn good ...it's also really cool! "Your attention please. The Disneyland limited now arriving from a trip aroud Walt Disney's Magic Kingdom..."Jan 16, 2010
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This is the speaker-tree at the east end of the station.Jan 16, 2010
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3/32" diameter holes were drilled through the station base to allow the wires to pass through and so the trees could be 'planted.' Here, the two completed speaker-trees have been installed. Can you guess which ones they are?Jan 16, 2010
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East speaker-tree as viewed from outside the bermJan 16, 2010
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