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The Geologically Improbable Railroad, Mountain Division

The Engine Yard

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engine yard A two stall engine house dominates the engine yard. A service track is also available for coal, water and ash dump.

This corner of the layout is removable (with some difficulty) so that the plumbing underneath and behind can be accessed should it ever be necessary. Directly behind the old RC Big Hauler the valve shaft for the stop/waste valve that controls water supply to the house.



© 1997 George Schreyer
Last Updated Nov 5, 1999
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