A SIMPLE LAYOUT OF GREAT SATISFACTION!
I discussed the reactivation of the Grafton Quarry Branch in my last post. In this post I will cover a normal operating session and, hopefully, illustrate that interesting operations can be had on even a limited micro-layout.
I envision most of the stone product going to use in major construction projects in the more heavily populated southern part of New Hampshire, so the train represents a local based out of Concord.
On the Grafton Quarry Branch an operating session begins with a back up move, there aren’t any sidings so a run-around is out of the question. With the train assembled the engineer begins his move, south bound, towards the quarry yard (as I mentioned in my earlier post the train for the next operating day is built on the layout it’s self since there…
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