How many of you have a map of your Railroad?

Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by fifer, Apr 11, 2006.

  1. fifer

    fifer Active Member

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    Here is the Albuquerque Carnuel & Tijeras RR Map.

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    Mike
  2. Will_annand

    Will_annand Active Member

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    Here it is, my layout is the last 18 miles of the Northern Branch of the Credit Valley Railway.

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    The branch line totaled 35 miles, from Streetsville to Orangeville.
    There was a 27 mile sub branch from Cataract to Elora.
    The mainline was 121 miles, that covered Toronto to St. Thomas, Ontario.

    With a total of 183 miles total The Credit Valley Railway truly was a Short Line.
  3. Roger Hensley

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    The ECI (East Central Indiana)
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  4. RevnJeff

    RevnJeff New Member

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    Here's a map showing the track for the Augsburg & Concord Railroad.

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  5. 2-8-2

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    My freelanced road (Wauseon & Norwalk Railroad) constructed everything in green, west of Freemont. From there east, it shares trackage with NKP. My road also has a trackage agreement with NKP, allowing travel over most of the blue lines. An agreement with NYC gives an alternate route into Toledo, which is shown in yellow. DT&I is highlighted in orange, and is just a reference.

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  6. fifer

    fifer Active Member

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    Very cool guys ! I like them and their purpose statements.
    Thanks , Mike