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Streeterville Window Layout

Because we have a buildings for only three seasons on the seasonal layout, Mark suggested that we build a classical 1950s American Flyer layout to display the roots of our S gauge history.
Since it was built around Easter, it initially included Easter eggs and bunnies.

Since then, it has been properly landscaped, but we never got pictures of it in operation; here's what it looks like in storage, without any trains or accessories.
We'll have to take some proper pictures when we set it up after the Christmas season.

We named it Streeterville in honor of Burdette Streeter who donated his American Flyer collection to the club.

Here are a video and some more pictures of the initial Easter layout:

Here it is with some of the landscaping done - the street and some of the grass, bushes,and gravel are in place.

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