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Good Evening, PlarailTown

Another video from PTown before the year ends. Smile Smile Smile
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Wow, your Layout has grown since last I have seen P-Town. Love the night time views. Great job on the video.
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  • Muddy Poppins
@Super Thanks!!!
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That was a great video. Your layout is so fun and whimsical.
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That's a great layout mate, have you looked at using 'EL wire' to illuminate the layout? It may work even better than the strings of LED's you have there. If you've not heard of it 'EL wire' is an electroluminesent wire, this is flexible like a piece of plastic wire and glows a particular colour. It usually comes with a little 'driver' box that takes a couple of AA's. The wire can be fitted wherever you want and can even be trimmed to length if needed. It is also available in strips of flat plastic so you get more of a panel of light rather than a string. The driver box can also usually produce 'effects' such as flashing, pulsing or similar. It is also fairly cheap as well, a few bucks for a metre or more, you can also get splitters so that a single driver box can power multiple lengths of EL wire Smile
Happily collecting things all my life... Big Grin
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@Nigels Thanks for the advice!
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