Bob Field and Paul Boston discuss automatic operation strategy.
The overhead loop underfoot in preparation for the install.
Dan Hoag, (blue shirt) owner of Eagle Wings Iron Craft begins the O gauge overhead install. P&P’sBob Field (red shirt) assists.
Bob Field (red shirt) lends Dan a hand in the install.
Painters work, lights dangle as the install progresses.
“T” supports (which we used to call a dead man) support the track for installation of permanent supports.
End loop finished.
That’s a 38 foot run for the O gauge trains.
Safety railing looks good and should keep the trains contained if there is ever a problem.
This Birds Eye view won’t be available to the general public. Enjoy it while you can!
Dan Hoag and his assistant install the G gauge twin loops that circle the lobby.
Dan runs a “hands-on” operation.
Dan finished the G then had to take it down again so the painter could finish!
Another Eagle Wings creation.
Eagle Wings under arch bridge in foreground and Atlas bridge in the background.
Two Eagle Wings masterpieces in one view.