Jon (our resident micro soldering wizard) sent me parts to make a switchstand that is proto for this area (none are available in n-scale). The real R.R.'s use a tall one on the main and short elsewhere. This (duh) is the tall version. Don't ask me how Jon solders stuff this small. The "head" is only about 1/8" in diameter and is one full circle to which he had to solder TWO half circles, then solder that to a VERY tiny brass wire. The "stand" is a very tiny brass or copper tube that the head then slides into and was split (somehow without messing it up) to make legs, just cut the wire to the lenght you want. I made a frame of wood smililar to what the real ones look like and used a piece of the wire laid down to represent the linkage and painted it all flat black. then painted the head white and red. Came out really nice I think. Don't know if you can tell or not but that is a penny in the picture to be able to give a idea how SMALL this really is. In the next pictures with it on the layout it is just sitting there, still needs to be leveled and "planted". Jon outstanding work my friend, but I got BAD news!!!! You will be getting an e-mail shortly letting you know how many more I'll be needing.