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I suppose the proper type of light on a bridge is always on but I had a leftover flashing one and some time to do a little track powered upgrade. I found the key to getting a clean 5mm hole is using a 9/64th brad point drill bit. That plus grinding off two spots on the girder for the "conduit" (aka drinking straw) were the only modifications to the Lionel Bridge.

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Very nice work and thanks for the tip on drilling out the plastic component. I also prefer a flasher instead of a steady on beacon. :smilie_daumenpos:
 

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Fred's are on trains?
Lights on bridges?

I like the flashing better too.

I like lights on things, the more the merrier. :)
 
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