Passenger traffic between Greenfield and Aurora never warranted a passenger train (except for the Bull Mooses that ping-ponged between Greenfield and South Greenfield). Between South Greenfield and Aurora, a caboose-combine that handled the few passengers, express and sealed mail, and the rear-end crew was sufficient. Since I have been "working at home" for the past two week, I have been able to work and model from the same desk. I started work on G&N Rwy number 101. It's a bash from several kits and on hand parts... Thus far: I have completed the underframe details... brake system and links, truss rods and turn buckles I have fabricated a new cupola I have started on the interior...built Grandt Line seats and stoves and am building interior walls. This is the interior plan and side elevation. Ten seats are more than enough for the Aurora Branch. This is a dry fit of the underframe, roof and cupola. The brake system and truss rods are in place. I will add the baggage door steps once the underframe has been glued in place. The partitions for the men's and women's toilets are complete. They need to be painted before they are glued to the wooden floor.