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Here is the same sunny shot a little closer. The little mountain chapel, and the preiser shepered are beening naturally illuminated, you can see the Dears in the forrest near by.
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And just a little closer again. Those things that look like Crosses with a roof over them, are called "Kruzifiexe". You can find them all over in south Germany.
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Well now we are a little closer to the shepered and the sheep.
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This is to the right of the chapel, with a good view towards the Dear. Well one guy just layed down, I guess he had to take a nap.
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This is a view towards the bridge by "NOCH", on which you can also see the Forester and his dog.
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This begins the new phase II, that I have started, and will in future connect the Phase one layout with a big bridge from Faller, the "Bietch Tal Bruecke", so that the attic access can still be maintained.
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Since the Bridge is a little narow, I used the Märklin wide radius C-Track turnouts, to get a very narrow track gap. I had to cut the part of the ballast imitation on the straight and on the curved piece, to get them to join nicely, can't hartly see it.
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Here you can see the planed construction that will hold the bridge in place. Currently the PC Monitor is behind it but that is not problem, since we now have a Flatt panel monitor.
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Yes I put the access door in to the attic wall, I still have not pained the wood. You can see now the full size of the bridge more the 3 feet accross. If you look closely you can see on the left side of the picture something that looks like a door hinch, well you are right it alowes me to swing the bridge on it's base towards me away from the access door, and open a straight path for large objects to go in and out of the attic.
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here you can see it better, and also the track position to connect phase I with phase II.


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