americaN module layout - Schutterwald 2011

 

americaN module layout - Schutterwald 2011

The annual FREMO main meeting and convention 2011 was in Schutterwald, Germany.

americaN set up a modular layout. The following journey is from east to west:

 

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Layout

 

Video: railfanning a Pulpwood Extra, operated by Clinch River Railroad

 

Video: helicopter flight along the layout, following the Pulpwood Extra, operated by Clinch River Railroad

 

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operating at Rocky Point

 

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Erehwyna Yard, staging and fiddle yard

 

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Mary's Crossing

 

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The Culvert

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detail of "The Culvert"

 

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Interstate

 

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Footless Wood

 

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Appaloosa Junction, view back to east direction 

 

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Cascades Cookies, at Appaloosa Junction

 

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west part

 

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new modules: Swift Industries in the foreground, and Calahan Paper behind

 

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moving towards Calahan Paper

 

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Calahan Paper

 

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view from a plane: Swift Industries (right) and Calahan Paper. Standard for these modules is "americaN NAI", with Swift Industries as a connector.

 

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Two Trestles, with Royal Gorge, Wheat and Barn, The Fill, and Emergency Corner behind

 

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View back:  Royal Gorge in the foreground, and Two Trestles behind

 

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Hawkins.

This meeting was the first time that engines of Clinch River Railroad were working the German branch of CRRR. CRRR is a proto-freelanced railroad of Phil Brooks, Knoxville, Tenn. The design of CRRR is used by permission of Phil. 

 

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East of Rocky Point

 

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Rocky Point

 

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Rick's Cattle

 

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Cobie Steel 

 

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Highway 61

 

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Main Line (right), and connection to Fremont Branch (left) 

 

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following the Main Line: Tower of Fremont Branch, Speers Ferry (with bridge), Thousandfifteen

 

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Detail just behind Fremont Branch

 

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Speers Ferry

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approaching Yard Extension

 

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Yard Extension, with the new module South King Street (the loop)

 

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South King Street,
this can be used to turn trains of 2 engines plus 20 cars plus a caboose, or 4 engines and 11 long passenger cars

 

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View back

 


Area of Fremont Branch:

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View from East

 

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from West

 

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closer look at the middle part

 


more information about this meeting: americaN Schutterwald website