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This is a main overview of the mountain area at the end of the first decade This is the overview of my rail network as of 1919 This is the main point of my network for train watching as of 1919
This is the landscape in 1929 as you can see there are trains running on the rails This is the rail network overview showing the expansion of my network This is the Jack Daniels Curve there is not much expansion except for the small oil line running to the oil refinery I forgot to mention in the last post about the Industrial Area
This is the Grassy Plains Industrial Area and as you can see I have completed the route to the steel mill and created an oil line to the oil refinery and a plastic route to the auto parts factory and...... Deep breath a cattle line to the food processing plant
This is all for now I will add more after I get some feedback and I encourage people please do leave a comment not just look at the pictures this is the only way I can learn from others opinions and get a sense of how well I'm doing
April '55 - It's just an ordinary day at Jack Daniels Curve featuring the sights that are commonly seen a UP Big Boy pulling its 3500t load of coal with ease as a set of A-B-B-A Santa Fe Erie built Units return to the coal mine at the base of the mountain and meanwhile on the Bitter Creek ridge one of the local short line log trains returns to the load/unload yard in the salt flats for more logs to take to the Bitter Creek sawmill.
June '59 - An unusually Busy day at Jack Daniels Curve as the empty UP coal train heads back to the mines via an alternate route, and although not completely visible at the moment a UP oil train lead by an interesting combination of an F7b unit sandwiched between two GP9a units returns to the oil field for more oil. Although not an uncommon sight the passenger trains are pulling a special train to transport people for the big party, but for the long Santa Fe reefer being a rare sight it is destined to deliver food to the Sweetwater Yard to be distributed at the big party mentioned above which celebrates My birthday because I am the savior of these logistics depraved people. Yes, worship me, worship me, my computer generated citizens.
July '60 - There is nothing unusual about this one it just shows an empty UP coal train waiting at the line merge point as a long local short line rr (a.k.a. WP) log train travels the high mountain ridge to deliver the logs to the load/unload yard in the salt flats for transfer to shorter trains to eventually be delivered to the Bitter Creek sawmill. The UP City train returning people to there homes after the big party is due for a long needed upgrade to the new E9 units and will be promptly upgraded after this last trip.
So with that I leave you all with the question what do you think about my: Pictures, Track placement and for future reference my long descriptions are they good, bad, helpful, or should I just post the pictures and have smaller less descriptive descripions.
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