Getting over your FEAR in Model Railroading

DJ of DJsTrains Apr 19, 2021

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    When looking out of high buildings and other such structures I have a degree of vertigo.

    When flying and there is 'no direct connection' to how high one is above the ground - not problems at all.

    Went to Vegas 35 years ago - too the flight to & through the Grand Canyon in a 6 seat Cessna airplane. Passengers got seated by weight; I was placed in the 'co-pilots' seat. Quite a sensation to be flying 2500 feet above the Colorado River and still looking UP 2500 feet to the top of the canyon.
     
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  3. Doug Gosha

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    I have a degree of vertigo, too, at heights but when I went up into the CN Tower in Toronto in 1979, then the tallest man-made structure in the world, it was so tall that it just looked like a picture, looking down, so there was no effect.

    Doug
     
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