These are in no way meant to be "great" examples of model railroad photography. My objective, though, was to photograph areas of Millers Creek that are typically hard to see - unless you're a spider... This first photo shows Johnson's Cider Mill from the back. Weiry & Sons Well Drilling is in the left background, and Ozark Tool & Die is on the right, across the track from the cider mill. The second photo shows the "front" (actually it faces the backdrop and is very difficult to see from most positions) of Ozark Tool & Die. Some of the oldtimers here may recognize it as Magnuson's "Allen's Wrench." I reconfigured the layout of the buildings to suit my needs. This photo is of the "back" of Ozark Tool & Die. This is actually on the aisle side of the layout. Here is Johnson's Cider Mill and Ozark Tool & Die from a different angle. The cider mill was my first scratchbuilt structure. I built it in 1980 or 81. I gave it a place of "honor" as a background structure, but it's not up to my standards today. I based the structure on an E.L. Moore article in an old issue of RMC. This is the lumber storage shed and main office of Nichols Wood Products. The front of the cider mill can be seen in the background. This is the main office and shop area of Weiry & Sons Well Drilling. Finally, Weiry's shipping/receiving dock along the rail spur. Weiry's shares the spur with the cider mill, the tool & die complex, and Sasson's Vinegar. Again, all I was trying to do with these was get a few pics of some layout areas that are almost impossible to see otherwise.