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  1. natfoot

    Ideas for First Free-mo palouse module

    Well I have been a member of the Swamp Creek & Western Railroad Association for some time now. but I have been wanting a place to both photograph my trains outside and be some what functional. This is my first time to plan and try to build a module. I am planning on building a single...
  2. Oregon's first Free-mo setup!

    Oregon's first Free-mo setup!

    An over view of the first Free-mo setup in Oregon, (as far as I know). Closest is Wallace, one of the first modules in the PNW. Next is as yet un-named S curve through a rocky cut. Last is Suburban Propane. We need curves!!!



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