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john_winter commented on HO: dwarf-signal JHDD101 by lgrfbs
February 27, 2016
HO: dwarf-signal JHDD101
john_winter Do you print them for both directions, by that I mean, can you make them for right to left, opposite of the one shown, left to right? I'm very interested in your signal. It's almost identical to the Pennsylvania dwarf signal. The PRR had a mounting flange on the bottom. If I sent you the dimensions of the American prototype could that be added? However I can use them the way they are and would like to give a couple a try. I would be very willing to provide you with photos of the finished working signal. Thanks for your time, John
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