I moved a little east of the Mississippi bridge and decided to replace the cardboard HWY 34 overpass with styrene. I scratch built the bridge from some 0.040" sheet and 5/32" I-beams. I put BLMA k-rails down the middle. You can't tell it from this angle but the road is curved, super elevated, and arched. I still need to make the support piers. I masked for the stripes an used reefer white and UP Armor Yellow. I've finally decided I'm sick of trying to spray acrylics and bought some Tru-Color. This seemed like a good project on which to try it out. I like it. It took a little futzing with but once I thinned it enough I was pretty pleased. It doesn't cover quite as good as Floquil used to but it dries quick, doesn't stink too bad, and most of all doesn't clog my airbrush and splatter. I also still need some gravel shoulders and guard rails. And I really really need to do my photo backdrop. I also built a signal for the other end of the Connett control point. It's a Showcase Minutures kit. I'm not sure I did it justice. They are nice kits. Of course I tested the lights at each step and once I installed it the bottom red doesn't work. Arg. I'm hopping it's a cold solder joint? I'm not real excited about replacing the LED. Now I have to do the one for main track 2. All told the signal took me about 15 hours, 3 of those were trying to shove 7 40AWG wires through a 0.035" OD brass tube, 3 for each light and 1 for my IR emitter on the mast for the detector. The mast is +3.3V supplying the anode of the LEDs. I'm not sure it's actually possible to get 7 wires through the tube, but the next one I'm going to start with the wires at the bottom and feed them out through the side hole and then solder them to the LEDs.