Thursday, April 16, 2009

Well, here we are laying out the subroadbed on the floor before cutting the plywood. The radius trammel is visible at the center left of the shot. The long piece of wood is used to make the easements into the curves. The benchwork is lower as the main line tracks have to drop under the branch line. You can see how much lower they are by the extension of the steel legs above the benchwork. They are made for 50 inch high benchwork. I will use 44 inch wooden legs here to save the steel legs for later. The door has been removed and is leaning on the side of the shot. It will soon be stored under the benchwork.
You can see the bendable plywood again which makes a smooth curve for the interior of the benchwork.

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