Seattle's King Street Station, restored to its former glory.
Seattle's King Street Station, restored to its former glory. I was born in Seattle (1957), yet had no idea the station had such a beautiful...
Seattle's King Street Station, restored to its former glory. The opened space because of the removal of the old 1960s-vintage suspended ceiling...
Foam support for the valance corner. Just a little extra bulk to help keep this section from getting damaged.
West deck. Looking west.
West deck. The deck jut's into the window sill to give me 3" extra depth in this area.
West deck. I had a few tricky cuts on this peice. This was actually my second attempt at this monster of a peice. It fits just right now.
Rails to the closet. Due akward angles in this area, my early attempts to align the benchwork to the wall failed. I'm now installing benchwork and...
A tricky cut for the subroadbed into the closet. I aborted this peice of luber due to dimensional mismatches.
Alternate Plan with #8 turnouts and 28" minimum radius curves.
#6 turnouts & 24" radius minimum curves.