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May 29, 2008

New Signs From Miller Engineering

Miller Engineering has announced a few new signs. Among the new offerings is a Sunoco sign, a Union Pacific sign and a YMCA sign.  Check out the details here (no pictures posted yet).

February 21, 2008

More New Signs From Miller Engineering

Miller Engineering has posted a few more new electroluminescent signs on their website.  The new offerings include a Clark Bar billboard, a recreation of the GE sign that sits atop a General Electric building in Schenectady, NY and the Domino Sugar billboard located in Baltimore, MD.  The GE and Domino Sugar signs will be limited production items.  Visit the Miller Engineering website for more details.

January 29, 2008

New Signs From Miller Engineering

Miller Engineering has announced a few new signs for release in April '08 including the Zippo lighter sign that sits atop the Zippo's headquarters.  Get more details from the Miller Engineering website.

September 01, 2007

Miller Engineering Announces New Signs

Miller Engineering, makers of cool electroluminescent signs for HO and O Gauge, has announced a number of new products that will debut at the TCA's York train meet this fall.  One new item, a Drive In Sign, is being made to celebrate Miller Engineering's 10th anniversary and will be limited to a 500 item production run.   There is also a Heinz Ketchup sign which is a replica of the sign sitting atop the Del Monte Foods building in Pittsburgh.  A Theater Marquee and a replica of the Illinois Central sign that sat atop the Central station in Chicago round out the new product offerings.  See the Miller Engineering website for more details and pricing.

June 04, 2007

Add "The Roanoke Star" To Your Layout

Roanokestar Miller Engineering is offering a miniature version of the famous Roanoke Star, the star responsible for giving Roanoke, VA the nick name "The Star City".   The Roanoke Star aka the Mill Mountain Star is an 88.5 feet tall neon illuminated star that overlooks the city from atop Mill Mountain.  Built in 1949, it is the world's largest  man-made illuminated standing star.  In 2006, the city of Roanoke spent $100,000 to refurbish the Star.  Miller Engineering's version will only set you back $32.95.  Since Roanoke was the home of the Norfolk & Western railroad shops the Star would make a great addition to any N&W fan's layout.  Check out the Miller Engineering web site for details.  Learn more about the real Roanoke Star here.

December 23, 2006

Miller Engineering announces 4 new products

Miller engineering, maker of very cool animated signs, has announced 4 new signs.  The signs will be Dr, Pepper ($36.95), Breyers Ice Cream (45.95), Western Auto ($32.95).  The subject of the fourth sign remains undecided.  The Breyers Ice Cream sign will be an 8 channel sequencing sign to be produced in a limited production run.  All the signs will debut at the April '07 TCA York train meet.

Visit the Miller Engineering website to see the signs in action.

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