I'm starting this thread to follow the building of my On30 Frisco & Cherokee Narrow Gauge layout. The Frisco & Cherokee is a creation of my own and no such railway ever existed. My "story" is that the F&C was a two foot gauge line connecting the fictional town of Slatersville, Indian Territory with the Frisco Central Division at a point south of Fayette Jct., Arkansas(Just south of Fayetteville, AR) called Narrow Jct. The line was built to two foot gauge because of the mountainous area it had to cross. Interestingly the F&C was originally owned by British interests(this is definitely show in the roads older rolling stock), but during the Great Depression, ownership was transferred to the Frisco Railroad. The Frisco operates the F&C as a subsidiary. The year is 1947 now and the F&C continues to operate. Most of the roads rolling stock and engines have been repainted and detailed in Frisco style. The layout will consist of small modules that will link together to form a large layout. I'm currently building the bench work for the town of Slatersville, IT. Attached is a picture of the F&C's newest motive power, #7, a outside framed Baldwin 4-4-0. I plan to add a Frisco Coonskin number plate and Frisco style decals to the engine soon.