Chain link fences are a fixture of the American landscape. It seems to be the standard for providing business and industrial security. From a modelers perspective, a few commercial have been offered over the years. I have seen fences built from vale material for women’s attire. They are a bit fragile which might not be an issue on certain locations on your layout.
Bill Yancey decided to develop his own approach using brass etched fence material and cast brass posts. He contracted with Plano and Valley Brass and Bronze to make the parts.
Here is the fence the Bill developed and installed at an industrial site on his layout.
A closer look shows the simplicity of fence. The posts include an extension for anchoring barbed wire.
The signs are eyecatching drawing your attention to the fence.
Scott Spears built this fence in his freight yard. Bill’s fence could be used to create a version of what we see above.
Here is a question for you to consider:
Would you like to purchase this product if it comes to the market? A company is currently considering the production of kits for the fence. Don’t contact Bill. He isn’t offering this. Voice you interest please.