It appears the guys did get the crossing planks in and just about finished on the main line with the exception of the 4x6 riser to butt against the ends of the ties. I see too where they need to spike the ends of the boards down as it looks like one is already sticking up a bit!
Using the same f16 Aperture I did on the prior shot along with a 28-105 Nikor lens along with a ISO 200 setting as well as adjusting the Fuji settings this is the shot I came up with.
It should be noted that I shooting these at a Fine Jpg setting of 2304 x 1536 which yields a 3.5 Mp image...
This is a pre 60's setup. Gondolas were loaded this way to get about 25 cords in each car. Loggers were very careful about measuring lengths of wood, mill accepting only 98" to 104" . Pieces are prepared from Solidago canadensis.
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.
These two Pocher Overland cars were given to me at least 25 years ago by my FIL. After sitting on the shelf for the last 22 years, I recently got them out repainted them, put new trucks and Kadee Couplers on them and decaled them for the Seneca Lake, Ontario, and Western RR. They were...
Seneca Lake, Ontario, and Western USRA 0-6-0, # 135 struggles with a long line of reefers on the yard lead at Hopewell Junction. She had to foul the switch at the main to be able to clear track #6 where the first drop will be made.
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