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Not finished yet but couln'd wait to show my latest progress on my layout. It always was one of my dreams to implement parts of an "Elevated" like can be seen in Chicago or NY.
So I took the Bachmann Spectrum Bus Station kit and did some heavy kit bashing. Finally I made 2 buildings from one. The lower one remains as a bus station, the upper one now is a an "Elevated" passenger station.

The construction is made of wood. The cross-girder is made from balsa and pine, the main girder is made from plywood from cottonwood, a little bit detailled with styrine stripes. Finally the structure will be painted light green or white with heavy rust.

Between both bulidings I will integrate a long stearway bridge made from a Faller footbridge (Pictures will come...). :D

Sorry for my very late answer, had not much time for model railroading last months... But now I'm back.
Yes, the building on the left is from Walthers Cornerstone series. It's the "Parkview Terrace" builidng.


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