|Hidden by the door, is a wall outlet, and I used that to find the 16" spaced studs, to place three shelf brackets.|
|Here's all brackets and hollow-core doors in place.|
|Used one Lowe's 1" Foam Insulation Board, I cut piece|
(using my Leatherman knife blade, since I don't have all my tools down here yet)!
|View from the room entry way. Daylene's craft desk is in the bottom-|
left corner, so there's nice room to walk in and the center is free.
|View showing the six brackets (three for each door), and a 1x4|
(cut down) to mate the two doors together.
|View looking from the room's window. Looks like there will be room for|
TWO Operators, if it all works out.
I'm going to keep each 'module' as individual pieces, so they can be quickly disassembled (and possibly sold to another train fanatic) if & when the time comes to relocate again. May get the foam glued down before I leave for the return trip and pack up/pick up at our 'old' home. Glad to be starting a new layout, and it shows anyone can have a bit of "train haven", even in a small living space.