In this video we get back into our rehab of Switch Junction. After taking a long look at how the scene plays into the overall layout, I decided to get rid of some track and realign some. I am totally pumped about how this is turning out.
We’ll get a little model railroad operations in at the end so make sure and watch the whole thing! 🙂
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