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Topics: 55   Replies: 43
posted on Jul 18, 2016:

A B&O FM switcher lays over at the Edgewater Engine House. In the yard stand cars received the night before, including a 250 ton four-truck D&H flat car with a GE stator from Schenectady NY. Some cabooses are lined up and ready for Monday's business on the Baltimore & New York Rwy.
Sunday Afternoon at Edgewater Yard
Richard E
Topics: 59   Replies: 23
posted on Jun 5, 2016:

The brakeman is standing on the front platform as a Rutland RS-3 is doing the switching duties at Garfield Junction.
Rutland RS-3
Topics: 55   Replies: 43
posted on May 31, 2016:

A westbound B&O train will be arriving on the mainline track to the right in less than a half hour.
So recklessly, a rail fan stepped out ono the branch line track for this photo at Rossiter Junction on the Baltimore & New York.
I hope more members may share their photos, whether of scenes, trains or individual models. By this, we discover and appreciate many more aspects of our favored hobby.
At the Junction
Richard E
Topics: 59   Replies: 23
posted on Apr 7, 2016:

Two teen aged boys exploring an abandon narrow gauge industrial locomotive.
Abandon Industrial Locomotive.
Topics: 55   Replies: 43
posted on Mar 29, 2016:

Refrigerator cars carried a wide variety of perishable foods ranging from bananas to meat and just about everything in between. Time was important for quick delivery. Often, refrigerator cars destined for a specific seasonal market were blocked together in a train. Here is a late 1940s scene of such a train, making its way over the Baltimore & New York high line to Edgewater Yard.
East bound perishable freight
Topics: 46   Replies: 45
posted on Mar 9, 2016:

This is for a gentleman with a large basement layout, the two stilted arches are about 12" each, it weighs less than a few pounds with the wood deck. Otherwise, it is made almost entirely of pink building foam, with a little cement board.
It stands about 18" high, 11" deep, and 36 " wide, and is extremely strong. He runs some large locomotives, mostly Union Pacific Gas Turbines, Big Boys, Challengers, DDA40's and the like.
In this photo, I am just finishing up the deck and railings, and have yet to finish the arch barrels.

It is now done, and will be going on his layout soon. It was colored to similarly match his rocky terrain, using yellow ochre, raw sienna, and a few others.

I make most of my bridges so that they simply drop in place, as this one does, shimming the bottom piers and abutments as needed. The deck that extends beyond each end is so he can attach it firmly to his sub-roadbed.
I would provide a photo of it installed, but he would rather not have photos of his layout posted to the public, which I fully understand. The bridge looks good though, big as it is, but it's actually dwarfed by his huge floor to ceiling layout with plaster and wire mesh mountains, and a curved trestle longer than most mid-sized automobiles.
Double track O gauge large 2 arch bridge
Richard E
Topics: 59   Replies: 23
posted on Feb 24, 2016:

The Lincoln Park Roundhouse and fuel racks
Lincoln Park Roundhouse

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