The project, which started in April, took five months of meticulous work and problem solving to complete. Cameras, computers and traffic set up had to be synchronized for the final exhibit to work.
"I never had a train set as a child," said Gerald Desjardins, "We had no money for toys, so we had to make our own." And the team, led by Desjardins, did a great job of making this toy. Desjardins drafted the design, built the table, set the layout, made the track and connected the controls. An electrician by trade, Desjardins enjoyed working on the electrical controls and wiring most. Read more