*Tom I am a old worn out person. Young was better, and easier. At 72 my time here isn't guaranteed. So to the hinging of the doors, I'll try. If i fail a few times, I will stop. I would like to copy the seen on the Lithograph as done by the Artist of the period. It is the only view of this building found anywhere to date. This whole project is more a historic representation, to provide a view into the past of a historic place lost to time. So I think it should be more of a dorama than a train layout. A diorama can be made stronger to survive the moving and transportation from place to place. You see this in the construction photos I have released. Fixed doors don’t have to be secured to prevent breakage when moving. *As to surrounding buildings that may have lined the streets, only the corner of Montgomery and Hudson remain the other really useable view available that has been recorded. This gives a view of the "Darcey House". A hotel restaurant owned and operated by a man who became the first Mayor of Jersey City. It is named after is friend who was the first president of the New Jersey Railroad. From what I read they were very good friends. The other 3 views go from horrible to questionable. Still add them all together with a bit of common sense and a good scene can be created.