Dry Run

0n30, American narrow gauge, 8 by 4 foot


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A mixed train        Passenger train        Dry Run

Charcoal works        Maintenance of Way Work        Panoramas

History

Light Railways Dry Run Klausdorf Seehof Damitz


Mixed train

 
 
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Passenger train



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Dry Run

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Maintenance of Way Work
 

Charcoal works
 
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Panoramas

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 New Creek Railroad
The New Creek Railroad is inspired by the 26.6 mile long narrow gauge Twin Mountain and Potomac Railroad [TM&PR] in Western Maryland.
The railroad built to haul apples and peaches from Twin Mountain Orchards to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at Keyser.
The TM&PR was unique among the Western Maryland narrow gauge railroad as all the others were built to haul coal and/or lumber.
The TM&PR was built between 1911 and 1913 and abandoned in 1920.

The layouts are set in the last few years of the New Creek Railroad with a service just maintained despite over grown track.
Fine scale track (code 75) has been used to emphasise the minor nature of the line.