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This shot shows the Ridge Crest main line as it continues West via a broken curve that also has a passing siding and leads over the the Coke Gee Copper Mine on the South side of Amalgamate hill.
The broken curve with the passing siding will add a lot of interest as well as lend itself to the...
The line is pushing West & North toward the Triple Star? Silver Mine as this upper Main Line encircles Amalgamate Hill.
This cross over of the lower line has been a troublesome spot from the beginning so now that I seem to have it resolved things really start to progress.
Two SD9s lead a short manifest Northbound on the Fever River Layout. The train is passing the Erie Illinois Station where roofing work is being done. Kudos to Dave Moore for an excellent job on the station!
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