Well, without cranes there is no port! And so far we have made three of them-all mounted on rails. Special attentions were given towards detailing the jib:
For a detailed description on the construction, please see All Model Railroading Forum. Here.
This blog will detail the construction and development of Wrightsville Port -an imaginary N Scale waterfront layout. Wrightsville port is a small harbor on the Atlantic in North Carolina. The model depicts 1960-1970 era and will feature the diesel motive powers and the "New Age" system of inter-modal transportation.
Saturday, November 20, 2010
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