An update on where the model stands in terms of construction. Don't be fooled, the parts I'm saving for last are uber easy. Once I finish that turn....Blue lines are track that exists on the model, the red are bents that are up, just not tracked yet.
^Heck yeah! Positive attitude and persistence pays off. Thank you for your big part in saving and getting the San Diego Giant Dipper back open. It sat there, completely dilapidated and now look at it! Good work.
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