"I'm proud to be a railway modeler" - Rod Stewart

Oklahoma City, December 2011

 

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A tall grain silo is appropriate for this Kansas module at the Oklahoma City Show.


 

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A view of two modern industries along the mainline.


 

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Here is our first “people bridge” module. The yellow rubber mat protects electrical lines running underneath the module. The “bridge” opens like a draw bridge to let club members enter or leave the layout interior.


 

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On the right side is the brass clasp which keeps the bridge locked and the tracks aligned while running trains. The first step to opening the bridge is releasing the clasp.


 

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A view underneath the bridge reveals electrical wiring neatly organized.


 

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Here is another view of the bridge in the open position. Train power is automatically disconnected when the bridge is open.


 

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The Northeast Oklahoma N-Scalers (NEONS) participated in the show and presented this unique corner module featuring a football field.


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Heavy tonnage freights round the curve hugging the bluffs on this Oklahoma themed layout.