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Cripple Creek Control Center: The Cripple Creek Crossing
The Basics: The Cripple Creek Crossing tower is a fully assembled and decorated interlocking tower. The two-story building has a brick lower structure and a wood second story control room. The second level offers good visibility for the tower’s staff to observe train operations and control signals and switches for safe operations on the railway.
The tower has a modest 9.5- inch by 5-inch footprint and is 8 inches high. The structure has exterior illumination, a weathered appearance, four worker figures, and Jack the German Shepherd.
The building is prelit with LED lights under the second story and a flashing light on the rooftop. Lighting requires a 4.5-volt power supply sold separately (Menards SKU nos. 279-4061/4361, 4062/4362, or 4050). Power may