Central Railway Musuem, 19 Sept. 2009

The following pictures show work on the museum and the current status of the layouts.

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Jim McInnis, Bob Folsom, and Gus Papania hand lay a switch using the Fast Tracks system.

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Sandy Eustis makes revisions to the master drawings of the upper level of the HO layout.

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The Heritage display now has American Flyer S gauge setup; Lionel and standard gauge are planned.

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Depot for Brevard, built by Ron Keith, with track layout penciled in.

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The Southern Railway's East Atlanta Yard.

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A control panel shows the status of switches at the entrance to the East Atlanta yard.

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One of three electrical distribution centers for Digital Command and Control (DCC) track current HO layout. The electrical system allows each locomotive to be controlled independently anywhere on the layout.

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A train ascends the helix between the lower and upper level tracks.

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The Peachtree industrial area outside of Atlanta.

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A trestle designed and built by Steve Zoney will be a focal point of the HOn3 narrow gauge logging line.

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A small section of scenery near the Seneca Yard.

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Some buildings have been placed in the Seneca industrial area.

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Trains sit in front of roughed in scenery and a placeholder building at the Central Railway's Seneca Yard.

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A drawing for the lower level of the HO display layout.

Photos copyright B. d'Entremont 2009, all rights reserved