Ashton Central Lines


Photos of Neil Lowe's HO scale Ashton Central Lines railroad.


Scale: HO
Size: 14ft x 30ft
Prototype: Ottawa Valley Chalk River Subdivision
Locale: ttawa Valley Chalk River Subdivision
Period: Transition
Layout Style: Folded dogbone with staging.
benchwork: L girder.
Roadbed: Plywood roadbed.
Track: Code 83 flextrack.
Minimum Radius: 30 inch
Scenery: Screen with hardshell.
Power System: Lenzx DCC.



Photos from the Sept 24'05 SLD Meet.


Staging tracks.

What an unrealistoacly clean hobby bench!


View of Sudbury on the top level and the Montreal staging below.

Trains pass on the lead into Sudbury.

Train continues down grade towards Carleton Place.

View of Sudbury on the top level and the Montreal staging below.

Trains pass on the lead into Sudbury.



View of Sudbury on the top level and the Montreal staging below.

Trains pass on the lead into Sudbury.

Train continues down grade towards Carleton Place.

The branch on the left leds up to a future mining complex.

Carleton Place is on the left while the future mine will be on top of the white mountain side.

This is Carleton Place where a town will appear along with some industry to provide switching opportunities.

Another view of Carleton Place with Sudbury in the distant rear.

Over all view of Smith Falls.

The turntable at Smith Falls will form the major engine servicing facilities on the railroad.

Neil makes some last minute adjustments in Smith Falls.

View of most of the railroad from the future mine complex.

Trains await their next assignment in the Sudbury yard.

7339 idles in the Sudbury yard.



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