A PRR L1s 2-8-2 leads a westbound freight at Spruce Creek, where the four-track mainline narrows to two tracks just east of the Middle Division's only tunnel.
Diorama from Jurg from Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine
"Rod Stewart - Replica of the Grand Central Station -- Stewart's 1,500 square foot model train station was inspired by the 1940s New York Central and Pennsylvania Railroads and it's housed in a third floor room of his Beverly Hills home."
Installing a turntable Part 1 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=izoob02LE2c Part 2 - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BG__hIgtsRM=UUZHh1BmO5RZHpuVRIQqpKBA=44
Running the branch line by rdw283.deviantart.com on @deviantART
Sizes and Track Widths of Different Model Train Scales
The 'Fiddle Yard' - don't forget to use ya blinkah before turning in to pawk yar caw in da yawd.
ATSF 1010 2-6-2 Prairie built by Baldwin in 1901 as a 4-cyl. Vauclain compound and simplified in the 1920s. Now in Sacramento. Photo taken in March 1972 - Marty Bernard