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 Posted: Tue Sep 21st, 2010 05:47 pm
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UNCLE BOB



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   APPALACHIAN LUMBER SCENIC RAILWAY AND MUSEUM

   Aside from the obvious switch from mining to LOGING, (both common narrow gauge themes)  this plan is also different from "plan A" in that it dosen't try to represent a number of far spread scenes.  It is all about the mill area with only the logging spur (to the trees) leading to a seperate area.   It is a switching layout.  And it DOES follow the lay of the land. 

It also jumps from the arid South West to the more familiar (for me) South East and for a life long woodworker, a more familiar conciept.

 

Last edited on Tue Sep 21st, 2010 05:48 pm by UNCLE BOB



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