In this video we take a look at the new Power City Construction Draw Bridge. It is a massive set that is over 5' (1.52 m) long. The bridge is detailed and worth the $30 I spent on it. The set does not come with any trains or cars. Since we are a family that loves bridges, we couldn't pass it up when we saw it on the store shelves.
Should I have a build off with my kids, or should I combine all 3 sets and make a giant building? Let me know in the comments.
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Power Trains is now Power City Trains. They have branched out and released Power City Construction. This exciting new line is sure to please the builder in us all. Time lapse of me constructing a Power City Construction Draw Bridge. This set was $30 and is cool. It hold together very well and is huge. It measure out to be 5' 4" long.
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LOST VALLEY TIMBER, INC., Plaintiff-Appellee,
POWER CITY CONSTRUCTION, INC., an Oregon corporation; Power
Constructors, Inc., a Kansas corporation; Power Two, an
Alaskan joint venture; and Fidelity & Deposit Company of
Maryland, as surety of Power Two's payment bond,
Defendants, Power City Construction, Inc., Power Constructors, Inc., Power Two, and Fidelity & Deposit Co. of Maryland, appeal the denial of their motions and the final judgment. They contend that (1) the plaintiff, Lost Valley, is barred from recovering on its claim because of its failure to comply with the Alaska Contractor Registration Act, and (2) the district court erred by instructing the jury that it could find an implied contract. We agree with the first contention to the extent that Lost Valley contracted for work before registering. We disagree with the latter argument.