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NWR #200

Irish Expatriate
I've attached two drawings here of the area of the CC&C with heavy industrial densities. Tell me what you think, should they be changed, etc.

1: We have the Chehalis Yard here. FM is a Fred Meyer Distribution Wharehouse, NFF is National Frozen Foods. The two blue buildings are the loco house and offices of the CCC. The CW interchange ships logs from another Weyerhaeuser log reload in Curtis, WA to Onalaska.

2: Onalaska Weyerhaeuser Long-Bell lumber Mill. The busiest industry on the layout. The track closest to the mill is where wood chips are loaded, then is the track where centerbeams are loaded. The track at far left is for boxcars, and the 2 tracks at right are for unloading logs. There is a third siding inside the passing siding that is not shown which is used to store log flats waiting to be unloaded/taken to be loaded.


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