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We found a new home
Building dedication and modular layout
Starting construction of the permanent layout
The layout is in - Let's run some trains!
Working on the railroad
Progress shows on the layout
Now and Then - see how far we've come
Narrow gauge line
Our first official Operating Session
More operating session pictures
Pike Scenes - showing off our layout
2010 Christmas Party
2019 Christmas Party
2022 Christmas Party
Spring 2012 Spouse Operating Session
Spring 2014 Spouse Operating Session
The Woodlands Photography Club visits APN

Making progress
Although far from complete, we are making progress
Some layout are never done, but working on them is a lot of the fun! But we do have something to show for our effort.  Here are some photos that show parts of the layout starting to take shape.


Buildings Moe assembled for the Port

The Polar Express at Sabinal Station takes on passengers near the refinery

Here is a wider shot showing more of the refinery

On the lower deck the paper mill, and on the shelf above, the HOn3 narrow gauge line

West Roxburgh

Looking down Main Street in Burnito

A section of Paulsboro

Port Keechi

A western themed town on the narrow gauge

Stacked pink foam begin transformed into a rack cliff over Atticuss River

Looking up the cliff

Laying out a threeway turnout for the autoloading yard in the new Port

A dingy SP Geep emerges from under the snow shed at a tunnel entrance

The tail of the same train disappearing into the next tunnel

A freight on the mainline highballs past Burnito

Passengers waiting for their train in the station at Burnito

Amtrak stops at Burnito

Rich Clayton ready to pull out from the station

Several different generations of EMD motive power

Bubba took over the old KFC in Big Bend



more Paulsboro

What might have been?  An Amtrak steam engine pulls into the station at Burnito





Updated 02/11/2020