N-scale: Building the 105 freeway.

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These aren't the I-105, but they sort of are 'freeway' models in 'urban areas.' I took these at the Amherst/W. Springfield, MA show a few years back. It's HO, not N, however.
 

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Very nice! I gave up on my 105 freeway project, thinking it looked too "homemade." I've been noticing the prototype in more detail recently as I drive around the freeways of L.A., and do have a better idea of how to make one more true-to-prototpye, should I decide to give it another whack.
 





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