Layout Name: Sheridan and Everywhere West

City: Argyle

Scale: HO

Size: 40' x 15'

Jobs: 1 Yardmaster and 4 switch crews.

Car Forwarding: Car cards and Waybills

Operations: Digitrax UT4D throttles. Switches thrown via JMRI and tablets mounted on fascia. All jobs are switching jobs.

Description:

The layout is set in northern Wyoming and southeastern Montana. The top level is the Burlington Route from Sheridan, WY to the connection with the Northern Pacific mainline on the Yellowstone River at Huntley, MT and is mostly rural, open spaces. The lower level is where the Burlington has trackage rights over the Northern Pacific from Huntley to the city of Billings the large yard at Laurel.

Major industries served by the railroads in 1967 are coal mines, sugar beet factories, oil refineries, a meat packing plant, steel fabrication, flour mills, grain elevators and agriculture.

Construction began in January 2015 and about 1/3 of the track has been laid. The layout is housed in a 85' x 15' 1895 Texas and Pacific section house moved down the tracks from Roanoke. This is the second layout to be built in the section house.



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Layout Name: Midwest Terminal

City: Arlington

Scale: N

Size: 16' x 7.5'

Jobs: 2 Engineers


Operations: DCC and sound, using MRC Prodigy, Hand thrown switches, Manual uncoupling with picks.

Description:

The Midwest Terminal is a generic walk in, U shaped switching layout representing an industrial area branch line in a big Midwestern city. (rotating between Chicago, St. Paul, KC or others with different locomotives for each session).

Operations start from DIRTY (Downtown Industrial Rail Transfer Yard) and operators always begin their shifts “just after” the transfer trains from two major railroads have dropped off that day’s cuts of cars. One operator will classify in the yard and switch adjacent industries, including grain elevators, concrete plant, gravel pit and steel mill, while the other takes cars for various industries along the branch, including brewery, pipe manufacturer, cold storage, logistics center, newsprint supplier, Ethanol Terminal, Propane distributor, lumber, rail/truck transfer tracks and others. The branch operations are usually split into 3 distinct runs.

One side of the layout is the 7 track yard, and the other is loosely based on the track patterns of the famous N scale Kingsbury Branch by Bill Denton, adapted to Atlas Code 55 N Scale track.

Hard flooring, 4 foot aisle and layout height of 33-36” makes this a potential “roll around” layout for maximum comfort.



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Layout Name: Sierra Lines

City: Celina

Scale: HO

Size: 20' X 40'

Jobs: Yardmaster and 5 district operators.

Car Forwarding: Car Cards and Waybills

Operations: For businesses in Sacramento, Dr. Arthur Smith, owner of the Sierra Lines, has divided the town into 6 switching districts, with responsibilities in each area as follows:
Downtown – SP – 18 businesses – serviced daily by 22 car train
Old Town – WP – 16 businesses – serviced daily by 22 car train
Industrial Park – SC – 11 businesses – serviced daily by 14 car train
North Sacramento – LSI – 15 businesses – serviced daily by 20 car train
Yard and Docks – Sierra Lines Management – 11 businesses, 9 yard tracks with 200 cars capacity - serviced daily by 12 car train
East Sacramento – SP – 13 businesses – serviced daily by 18 car train and nightly by 9 car train

Description:

The Sierra Lines is an amalgamation of the Sierra Division of the Southern Pacific Lines (SP), the Virginia and Truckee River Railroad (V&T), and the Lodestone, Sierra, and Incline Village Railroad (LSI), the Western Pacific Railroad (WP), and the Sierra Central Railroad (SC), all put together and operated under the auspices of the infamous Dr. Arthur Smith, as you all know. The Texas version of The Sierra Lines all takes place within the city limits of Sacramento, modeled to represent exactly as it would have been on April 1, 1954, given that the long expected “big one” (earthquake) and two eruptions of the Toiyabe volcano had previously occurred. Rebuilding of much infrastructure of parts of the city is still in process, and many areas have no traffic lights, no sewer systems, and no water lines.



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Layout Name: Fort Travis & Dayton

City: Richardson

Scale: HO

Size: 11' x 19'

Jobs: Yardmaster, Gum Springs local Engineer and Pine View local Engineer

Car Forwarding: Car cards and Waybills

Operations: EasyDCC

Description:

The Fort Travis and Dayton railroad models urban communities with industries that depend on the railroad for transportation. Set in the mid to late 50's, the many industries in Gum Springs and Pine View provide plenty of switching activity. Car cards are used for traffic routing during operating sessions. The operations oriented layout, constructed in an 11' x 19' area, accommodates 3 operators. The railroad is currently converting from steam to diesel motive power so both types of locomotives are active. EasyDCC was installed to provide independent train control. Other recent changes include the addition of sound in many of the locomotives. Construction of the railroad began in 1992 and is basically complete including operating block signals and scenery. Like all model railroads changes and improvements continue to be made.



Layout Name: Potomac Valley Lines

City: Richardson

Scale: HO

Size: 26' x 22'

Jobs: 1 Dispatcher, 2 Road jobs, 1 Branchline switcher, 1 Yard Master

Car Forwarding: Car cards and Waybills

Operations: 1 x Dispatcher, 2 x Road Freight jobs (one for B&O one for PRR, floating operator for WMRR. Both road jobs will operate some road freights, some thru trains and do switching), 1 x Branchline switching job in Berkeley Springs, 1 x Yard operator at CUMBO yard.

Description:

Potomac Valley lines is based on the prototype of the railroads along the banks of the Potomac River in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia. Railroads represented are the Baltimore and Ohio, the Western Maryland and the Pennsylvania RR. The railroad is set in the 1959 steam to diesel transition era prior to the Chessie system merger. The Eastern end of the Railroad is the Staging yard in Brunswick, Maryland. Trains bound for Baltimore, MD or Washington, D.C. end up here. The Western end of the railroad is the staging yard in Cumberland, Md. where B&O trains can be headed for Pittsburg, PA or any points west. There is a large yard at CUMBO, WV where many cars are interchanged between the B&O and PRR. There is also an interchange at Cherry Run, W.Va. with the WMRR. The branch line to the famous old resort town of Berkeley Springs, WV is modeled and has industry switching, the sand mine for Pa. Glass & Sand is also modeled. The PRR interchanges with CUMBO yard and switches most industries in Martinsburg, WV.

Towns modeled:
B&O RR: Brunswick, MD (East Staging), Martinsburg, WV, CUMBO, WV, Greenspring, WV, Hancock, MD, Berkeley Springs, WV, Paw Paw, WV, Cherry Run, WV, Cumberland, MD (West Staging)
WMRR: Cherry Run, WV, Big Pool, MD, Williamsport, MD
PRR: (Hagerstown, MD (staging), CUMBO yard, Martinsburg, WV

Specs: Benchwork: L-beam, Style: Folded dogbone, Roadbed: ½" plywood with cork, Track: Peco code 100 track, 26"r min, Turnouts: Peco Medium min. ,Grade: 2.25 max. Height: 45" to 53", Mainline run: 152'

Layout Status: Main line is finished, Branch line and sand plant at Berkeley Springs are finished, interchange to WMRR is finished but WMRR industries are under construction. CUMBO yard is finished. PRR interchange is finished and industries on the PRR is under construction and about ½ done. No ballast has been applied, only a few structures are in place and no scenery has been done. Turnout control for staging ladders is electric and automatic, but all other turnout are still manual.

 



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Layout Name: Oregon Joint Line

City: Decatur

Scale: N

Size: 25' x 28'

Jobs: Dispatcher, 2 NP Yard crews, 1 GN Yard crew, 1 O&NE crew, 1 local/helper crew, 3 road crews

Car Forwarding: Tab on car

Operations: The layout is operated with radio controlled with NCE DCC. Car forwarding is currently done with car tabs and dispatching is Track Warrants.

Description:

The Oregon Joint Line is a joint NP/GN mainline through the mountains and canyons of eastern Oregon connecting the Pacific Northwest with California. The layout, which is set in 1969 just prior to the BN merger, has plenty of pool power from the connecting California roads (WP, SP, and ATSF). Most heavy trains (freights are typically 22-28 cars long) receive helpers for the shove up the 2.2% grade to the summit at Snowline. A forest products shortline, the "Oregon & Northeastern", switches the Hines Lumber pulp/plywood complex and makes log runs out to Canyon Reload. The major terminal area has three yards (NP, GN, and the O&NE) with plenty of transfer/interchange activity and industrial switching.



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Layout Name: Erie, Buffalo Subdivision

City: Burleson

Scale: HO

Size: 12' x 22'

Jobs: Yardmaster, local service, road engineer, shortline switcher and steel mill.

Car Forwarding: Railop

Operations: DCC with sound operations

Description:

The layout depicts the Erie, Buffalo Subdivision, from Buffalo (NY) to Salamanca (NY). The original Erie went from Dunkirk (south of Buffalo) on Lake Erie to Port Jarvis (NY) with a B&O interchange in Salamanca and an interchange with the Buffalo Pittsburg Line in Dayton (NY). After acquiring the B&P, Dayton still served as an Erie/Erie interchange and also the only tunnel on the Erie. The railroad represents heavy coal hauling to the steel mills of Lackawanna (NY) which were served by the South Buffalo RR and general freight and light passenger service for interchange with the primary east/west route of the Erie at Salamanca (staging). There is also a short line private RR (Conception and Viridity meaning beginning and always green) that interchanges to provide hardwood and limestone out of the Appalachian foothills of southern New York. 5 Operators: Yardmaster, Hostler/local service Engineer, road Engineer, Switcher/Short line operator and steel mill operations.



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Layout Name: Westbrooke Parkway II

City: Dallas

Scale: HO

Size: 18' x 12'

Jobs: 3 yardmen

Car Forwarding: Car cards and Waybills

Operations: EasyDCC plug-in throttles.

Description:

1956! Fictitious 200 mile stretch between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh with a 25 mile branch line into Johnson City, West Virginia. The branch line is served by the cities of Westbrooke, PA and Keyserton, PA.

Code 83 flex, 140 feet mainline with #6 and bigger turnouts and 22" minimum radius turns.



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Layout Name: The Rocky Mountain Central And the Colorado Pacific

City: Melissa

Scale: HO

Size: 25' x 25'

Jobs: Grand Junction yard master, Durango yard master, two Salida operators and four road engineers.

Car Forwarding: Car cards and Waybills

Operations: Digitrax DCC; Dispatcher controlled signals control train movement on the RMC while the CP is dark territory requiring Train Orders.

Description:

The Rocky Mountain Central (HO) and the Colorado Pacific (HOn3) are based on the D&RGW and the Colorado Southern in the mid 50s. Steam is still the primary motive power (most with sound). The layout features two large yards, a dual gauge interchange, logging operations, mountains that extend to the floor, laser etched control panels, and a unique benchwork design that allows easy access to under layout work.



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Layout Name: Chicago and North Western Iowa Division

City: Dallas

Scale: HO

Size: 15' x 35'

Jobs: 1 Yard Master and 3 road engineers.

Car Forwarding: Car cards and Waybills

Operations: Wireless throttles using Rail Command. Toggle switches for turnouts. Train instructions and Car Cards for car movements.

Four railroads are involved in this operation which involves three interchanges. One operator will run the Crandic Interurban which involves switching Cedar Rapids, Iowa City and the Milw. Road interchange at Wausau. A Wausau yard operator who my also run the M&StL interchange and switching in New Ulm. Belle Plaine will require a yard man to work the set outs and pickups on the main as will as switch the industries. The fourth operator will run the Milw. Road branch out of Wausau to Plymouth which includes a turn with the Northwoods Hiawatha. A New Ulm turn will be run out of Belle Plaine by who ever is available. This session will involve a lot of switching using car cards and will consume approximately 3 hours.

Description:

The Chicago and North Western Iowa division in the Belle Plain area is the focus of this 15' x 35' foot railroad. Branch lines of the Milwaukee road and the Cedar Rapids and Iowa City are also represented. Layout is a John Armstrong design heavily modified by adding more towns and switching and was featured in Model Railroad Planning. Many structures are still in the mockup stage. A great deal of recent effort has gone into making the railroad ready for operation. Control is RailCommand with car routing by car cards and waybills. Lloyd is a consummate craftsman well known for his detailed models and articles in the hobby press. He is also a C&NW authority and has authored four Volumes for Morning Sun Books on the Chicago and North Western in color as well as over 30 magazine articles. Jobs include the Cedar Rapids and Iowa city yard and road Engineer; Wausau yard plus Plymouth Patrol; New Ulm turn out of Belle Plaine Engineer; Columbus Engineer out of Belle Plaine; and the Belle Plaine Yardmaster building and breaking down the above trains for main line set out and pickup at Belle Plaine industries.



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Layout Name: Michigan Interstate Railroad

City: Keller

Scale: HO

Size: 13' x 12'

Jobs: 1 Yardmaster, 1 Dispatcher, 2-3 Road Operators


Operations: A normal session will see the layout hosting twelve trains per session. Dispatching is governed by (DTC) direct traffic control authority with (ABS) automatic block signal overlay. Capturing the flavor of a modern day regional, the job assignments range from plant switcher to manifest freight using sound equipped 2nd generation and modern power. WiThrottle app is utilized for sessions and highly encouraged to download on your smart phone.

Description:

The MCIS St. Clair Subdivision is a 13'x12' double deck shelf style HO scale layout. Representing the eastern end of this modern Michigan regional, the "Clair" sees a variety of daily trains including manifest, local, and unit.  Constructed in 2011 the layout is now 60% sceniced and fully operational. Utilizing two staging yards, a 3.5 turn helix, and on-layout classification yard the layout hosts a lot of railroading in a small space that will keep crews busy around the clock. 



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Layout Name: Pennsylvania Railroad

City: Sherman

Scale: O

Size: 30' x 40'

Jobs: Four

Car Forwarding: Car cards and Waybills

Operations: The RR is operated by Train Orders with car cards and color coded waybills. A six station phone system allows operators to communicate with the Dispatcher.

Please no food, beverages or smoking in the Depot. Bottled water is OK. Rest room available.

Description:

The PRR Laurel Valley Secondary (2 rail O scale, ¼ inch / ft.) represents the 45 miles from Pitcairn Yard in East Pittsburgh to Moss Lake and Bowest Yard at Connellsville, PA in October 1957. This heavy industrial RR has 31 industries in four industrial districts. The PRR Snow Hill branch line serves the town of Laurel Springs and the large 3 track Penna. Coal and Coke Co. mine #42 at Snow Hill. Industrial districts, Moss Lake, Earlton, East Pittsburgh and Post Oak have 63 car spots.

On display: My 20 car military train with 17 flatcars with 28 vehicles, my 18 car reconditioned RBB&B circus train built circa 1960’s, a 3 track icing facility servicing 21 reefer cars and an award winning double track deck truss bridge. Authentic Pennsylvania RR station sign, PRR interlocking tower signs, a Truc-Train trailer logo disc, PRR wood box phone, RR lanterns, prints and stuff.



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Layout Name: Dakota Northern

City: Ft. Worth

Scale: N

Size: 12' x 13.5'

Jobs: 4, Two crews of an Engineer and Conductor each

Car Forwarding: Switch lists

Operations: Walk-around MRC Prodigy Advanced 2 DCC throttles and printed train orders and switch lists are used to operate the trains. Two mainline freights deliver cars to Devils Lake and Lakota Yard for the Devils Lake switch, the Warwick Local and the Valley Turn. Devils Lake has a local switch job and Lakota Yard has a switch job to makeup the locals and switch the industries there. We also run a Soo Line freight that interchanges cars with the Dakota Northern and delivers coal for the power plant at Devils Lake. In addition to this we run a loaded unit grain train and an empty unit grain train when time permits.

Description:

The Dakota Northern is a Burlington Northern subsidiary inspired by the Great Northern line between Grand Forks and Minot, North Dakota. Focus of the layout is Devil’s Lake, North Dakota. In addition to the BN, The Soo Line also has operating rights in the area. Local switchers contend with heavy movements of agricultural traffic on the main line, particularly grain moving to Duluth and the Twin Cities. Era is 1975. Built for operation, the Dakota Northern is 12 x 13.5 feet. Scratch built structures are a favorite part of the hobby to Olaf and many structures in and around his hometown of Devil’s Lake are represented.

12' x 13.5' with an 2' x 8' extension



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Layout Name: TxNamib

City: Murphy

Scale: N

Size: 20' x 20'

Jobs: Four: 2 road engineers to become the yard switchers and 2 yard switchers to become road engineers.

Car Forwarding: Switch lists (until the camera system takes over)

Operations: NCE DCC, wired; Turnouts controlled with tablets; Access to the main line is acquired with the phonetically correct pronunciation of your next destination!

Description:

Welcome to another country and also another continent! Namibia is situated between South Africa, Botswana and Angola (touching a bit of Zambia) and a the Atlantic ocean to the west. The TransNamib is the semi state railroad company, and we model it in N scale as the TxNamib. All modern equipment, modeling yesterday with only room for the western and northern parts of the railroad from Walvisbaai, the port city; Windhoek, the capital (with continued service to South Africa into staging); and Otavi, Grootfontein and eventually Tsumeb in the north. 9 mm is "narrow" enough and like in any 2nd world country, we use any equipment we can get our hands on that works!

Come have fun in this sparsely populated country, moving rail cars from the ocean to the city or north and all the why back on another day! Scenery is scares, just like water in Namibia. You are welcome to take photos, but publishing them on the internet is no allowed.

 


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Layout Name: Fox River Branch

City: Plano

Scale: HO

Size: 24'x60'

Jobs: 8 operators

Car Forwarding: Car Cards and Waybills

Operations: This layout is all switching. Car forwarding with Car Cards. Motive control with EasyDCC.

Description:

Based on the CB&Q Fox River branch from the Eola yard (staging) in Aurora, Illinois to Streator, Illinois. The layout is set in October of 1954 and is based on prototypical operations. The other railroads that the CB&Q crosses are active and modeled including the CRI&P, Wabash, GM&O, Illinois Midland, and ATSF. Silica Sand is the primary commodity and reason for the railroads existence. Two large glass factories and a large fertilizer factory keep traffic moving along with the usual granger road commodities of corn/soybeans/coal/oil/lumber. This layout is all switching with eight jobs.



Layout Name: St. Louis, Atlantic & Pacific

City: Southlake

Scale: HO

Size: 26' x 40'

Jobs: Four

Car Forwarding: Railop

Operations: EasyDCC form CVP Products.

Description:

It is in the 1950's and the U.S. economy is booming.  Railroads are working hard to move freight across the country. Passengers are continuing to travel by train as in the World War II period.  Due to the heavy rail traffic, the railroads have had to supplement new diesel power with steam locomotives. Coal is cheap and so is oil, thus both types of energy are fueling steam. 

The weather in the central part of the country has made rail traffic congested. The Mississippi and Missouri Rivers are over flood stage.  The Mississippi can only be crossed at St. Louis and, thus, all east west movement is through the St. Louis Gateway, whether from Chicago or south to New Orleans. 

The Missouri River at Kansas City is the only crossing in Missouri and so northern and southern movements west of St. Louis must route through Kansas City.



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Layout Name: Black Bear & Bayou

City: Ft. Worth

Scale: HO

Size: 24' x 30'

Jobs: 2 Yardmasters and 4 Engineers


Operations: Thru freights, passenger trains and way freights

Description:

Set in the 1940's and 1950's, the layout runs from southern Utah to the bayous of east Texas.

This HO/HOn3 layout is designed for point to point operation but includes continuous running options. Scenery features towering mountains, beautifully painted backdrops, ocean scenes, along with many structures a realistic thunder storm and four turntables. Trains are both steam and diesel. It includes dual gauge trackage, switchbacks, various levels. We've also added a computerized yard / switch controller and car counter to the staging yard. The ligting is setup for both day and night time viewing.



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Layout Name: Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe Railway, Dallas District

City: Coppell

Scale: HO

Size: 25' x 38'

Jobs: 9 Operators: Stage Manager, Yardmaster, 2 Yard Switchmen and 5 Road Operators in 1 or 2 man crews.

Car Forwarding: Car cards and Waybills

Operations: All switches along main tracks and CTC controlled sidings are powered by slow motion switch motors such as Tortoise or Switch Master, as are yard and spur switches located in hard to reach areas. Industrial spur switches near the aisle are manually controlled. NCE radio cabs control the GCSF through an NCE DCC command station and several CVP Products boosters with Zone Master circuit breakers.


Description:

The HO scale Gulf Lines is a model of the Santa Fe Railroad in Dallas in 1960. Actual Santa Fe plans are being used faithfully to depict the railroad and all its track work from mile post 44 in Oak Cliff, through East Dallas Yard, to mile post 53.4 near the Texas State Fair Grounds. Selective compression will reduce this mainline to approximately 250 feet or four scale miles.

Wide aisles, a comfortable crew lounge, and three large staging yards representing Cleburne, Gainesville, and Dallas Union Terminal will make it possible to host operating sessions for twelve or more guests. All main line track work and most sidings and spurs are complete from the Cleburne staging yard through East Dallas Yard. Operations on the first portion of the railroad began in February, 2011.

25' x 38' main room, plus hallway and staging room for a total of 1300 sq. ft.



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Layout Name: Colorado and DRGW

City: Haltom City

Scale: HO

Size: 12' x 56'




Description:

Come operate trains on the Grand Valley branch of the DRGW railway. The double track main line and over 110' of space means 4 trains can run on the main lines. Plus there is a major yard where operators can be taking trains apart and put together at the same time. Lots of car spotting at three coal mines. We load real coal here, come see how it's done. Join us for the most fun you can have on a model railroad.

This layout has been in You Tube videos and featured in the Cow Catcher. So bring your cameras, the layout has become a must see for model railroaders.



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Layout Name: Lake Troy District Railroad

City: McKinney

Scale: HO

Size: 20' x 24'

Jobs: 1 Yardmaster, 5 road switchers (most operators will operate multiple trains)

Car Forwarding: Car cards and Waybills

Operations: NCE DCC. Almost all locos have sound, with the overwhelming majority having Tsunami and Tsunami2 SoundTraxx decoders. Dispatching is informal.

Description:

The Lake Troy District Railroad is an HO scale fictional, regional-sized subsidiary of the Southern Pacific that exists somewhere in the approximate Midwest of the USA, roughly in 1958. It doesn't model any specific prototype, but does move a wide variety of freight, including coal, grain, refrigerated products, express, and a little bit of livestock. Switching is the main task on this layout, and most trains (even some of the passenger trains) do at least a little switching.

Because of the era, there are still a few of the last remaining big steam engines, but most road power is first generation diesels, with a heavy emphasis on Fairbanks-Morse and Alco road switchers, and FM and EMD cab freights, with a few Baldwins thrown in for variety.



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Layout Name: Santa Fe - Waynoka Division

City: Willow Park

Scale: HO

Size: 11' x 31'

Jobs: 3 Engineers, 1 Yardmaster

Car Forwarding: Car cards and Waybills

Operations: EasyDCC

Description:

Modeling the Santa Fe and Katy in Oklahoma during the transition era.



Layout Name: Spur Lines Express

City: Terrell

Scale: HO

Size: 29' x 24'

Jobs: 3 yards and 4 road engines.

Car Forwarding: JMRI Operations

Operations: Spur Lines time frame is during the transition period from steam to diesel. The layout has approximately 250 feet of main line with 133 Fast Tracks hand built turnouts. All turnouts are powered by tortoise switch machines. The railroad is under construction with all the track work completed and 55% of the scenery completed. The layout is designed for operation and for the most part, follows typical railroad operation.

The layout is DCC powered by Digitrax. For throttles we use UT4Rs.

Remember to ask operations organizer for the HOA gate code before you leave home or the hotel.

Description:

Spur Lines time frame is during the transition period from steam to diesel. The layout has approximately 250 feet of main line with 133 Fast Tracks hand built turnouts. All turnouts are powered by tortoise switch machines. The railroad is under construction with all the track work completed and 55% of the scenery completed. The layout is designed for operation and for the most part, follows typical railroad operation.

We have 3 industrial yards plus 11 towns with lots of switching.



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