Hey Guys, I have a closet that has nothing in the bottom half of it. The top half is just my shirts. The closet is 5' long x 2' wide. The bench work would be built in two small modules, one 2’ and one 3’ so that I can get the thing in the closet. I am also going to install a small light source in there for pictures and to see what I am doing better. The Viaduct I will be using is the Micro Engineering 210’ Viaduct Bridge (back), http://walthers.com/exec/productinfo/255-75515. It will just be a straight shot across the valley. The valley is going to be 29” long and 11” deep, the same as the viaduct. The valley will also have a small river running through it and a gravel road leading to the highway bridge under construction (front). There are 3 mainlines that converge into 1 track to go across the bridge. Those are #6 switches drawn to scale to and the #4 switch is also drawn to scale using switches I have. There is a warehouse that will also be on the module (dimensions are written on drawling) with a boxcar siding in the rear of the building. The front of the building has some truck docks (a must have lol) and the complex is surrounded by a concrete wall and a steel gate to enter the yard. The tan area labeled “bridge construction yard” is for the highway bridge that is under construction. It will have pre-cast concrete girders, steel beams, re-bar, and many other bridge parts. Yard will also have a small crane (http://www.dhsdiecast.com/shop/product_detail.cfm?product_id=5164) and some Gradall forklifts (http://walthers.com/exec/productinfo/284-61009). Part of the bridge will be completed and another small crane will be at the end (same as above) along with some bridge frame work; steel beams, re-bar, wood frames…. I also plan on putting a concrete pumper near the end of the completed section with it’s huge boom extending to the frame work with some cement trucks feeding the pumper. Below there will be the main crane, a crawler crane (haven’t decided which one yet). That is what the gravel road is for in the valley. Most of the materials will be brought to the end of the completed parts of the bridge and then hoisted into place by either the main crawler or small canes. There will be 6-8 piers total, which ever looks better and some of them will be complete and some will be being built and poured. On the opposite side of the valley, there is the foundation for the bridge also under construction, just like above with frame work and another small crane. What do you guys think of this idea?