Ferry Slip Headwork Built from Coffee Stirrers
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Ferry Slip Headwork Built from Coffee Stirrers

Ferry Slip Headwork Built from Coffee Stirrers

In this 4 minute video I show how I built a ferry slip headwork for my Redwoods and Pacific Railroad. Even though the tracks of the ferry slip end at a wall I wanted something more than just a backdrop to indicate the structure. I built it from coffee stirrers and the wheels are from a finger bike toy. The Santa Fe prototype still stands near Pier 52 in San Francisco. You can see a picture of it on the Ferry Slip Wikipedia page

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