About two years ago, I posted a preliminary track schematic of my rendition of Olathe, KS, in the following thread:
Now that track is laid and, for the most part wired, I haven't updated the schematic yet. The track itself is unchanged, but the following industries/spots have been moved around:
Champlin Oil (Spot 124) might end up being Cosgrove Coal.
Updated 02-06-2015 at 09:53 PM by yardmaster
The 2015 calendar is reportedly available at www.bnsfstore.com
and the cost is $7.57 plus $2.25 for S&H.
TX taxes $0.77
KS taxes $$0.85
Last night's MU-TAMU game was a bit too stressful, so I retreated to the workshop/layout room, fired up the space heater and started some work toward finishing up our 1:87 version of Olathe. For what it's worth, a bit more track and a few more feeders and we're ready to just finish out details. We can kick a few freight cars back and forth between the mains and Team Tracks 1 and 2.
At any rate, my 11-year-old poked her nose into the layout room a short time layer and asked if
Originally Posted by wmrx
The Missouri Pacific Historical Society annual convention was held last weekend in North Little Rock, AR. At the general membership meeting, it was decided that there could be a joint convention with the Frisco group in 2014.
I have offered to host this convention and would very much like to make this a joint affair between both groups. I have a few ideas, but I would like to hear from the members of this forum before I proceed any further.
It will have to be on the Friday,
Besides the use of GP7s and GP15-1s, I have several other diesels on my roster:
All but the S2 are painted in Frisco, and only the H12-44 is equipped with DCC. Of the other three, the RS1 may have to be hardwired for DCC, but it does look good.
Most likely none of these locomotives ever made it down this way in real life (the only oddball diesel I've seen