The two long thin strips of foam are pushed into the holes in the central base. This makes the tower or pylon.
A pencil is used to drill a hole through the two strips near the top and a the white plastic ‘click rivet’ is pushed through the holes and the white circular end clip is firmly pushed on. This holds the two strips tightly together at the top.
The two foam road decks are positioned end to end in the middle of the pylon and halves of cocktail sticks are used to ‘nail’ them to the central base.
Halves of cocktail stick are also used to join the cylindrical end supports to the ends of the road decks.