NFR 2014 Grapevine Express Layout Tour
Andy Panko – Niagara-on-the-Lake
Niagara Central Railway
Transition era Niagara/Southern Ontario
26’ x 40’
Track – 80% complete
Scenery – 25% complete
The Niagara Central Railway is built in an indoor swim pool, using the deep end as a lower floor with stairs down to it, eliminating the duck-unders. The wiring is on the front facia, instead of under the layout. Several of the buildings are NMRA NFR award-winning structures. The long double track mainlines serve the CNR and NYC/MCRR, with little on-line industry, connecting two 7-track visible fiddle yards and 4 hidden storage tracks. A single track main line connecting several towns provides both drop and lift action.
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