Marty Bradley (HO)
Text from MRRSC bulletin:
Marty Bradley’s HO scale Oakhurst Railroad portrays a railroad running through the central Sierra town of Oakhurst, CA. The theme is 1920s logging and mining. The design for this 8.5 foot by 11.5 foot, two level layout is an around the walls plan with a peninsula and a connecting helix in a closet. Operation is point-to-point (88 feet) with optional continuous running. The maximum grade is five percent. For operations trains are assembled in the Oakhurst yard and routed to the mining areas on the upper level. Cut lumber and ore are taken to Oakhurst for interchange with the Southern Pacific on an SP branch line traveling up from Fresno. Passenger trains take guests to and from the Yosemite resort in Wawona. There is a lot of thoughtful operation in a small space.
Websites for this railroad are:
s112.photobucket.com/albums/n183/mkbradley_photos/
www.oakhurstrailroad.com/
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