I had an opportunity to operate on the Wyoming Division Model Railroad in Cornville, AZ last month. While operating my assignments I was able to capture video of this huge railroad. 35 scale miles of mainline.
35 scale mailes of track ???? Holy crap !!!! Looking the the video from the upper level, you could feel like a rat in a maze, Just have to follow your train to find the way out. Liked the video. Thanks for posting.
The owner of the Wyoming Division MRR had the building built specifically for this layout. Google the Wyoming Division and read about the construction of this great layout. Well laid out with good human traffic plan so operators can pass each other in the isles with ease while working their trains.
He started construction on this about the same time I started building the current D&J Railroad in 2011.
Found the web sire Ken. Lotsa photos. Thanks for the link. It does look like there isn't much of a problem for people to pass while operating. Will have to keep an eye on the site to see how the scenery comes along.
Actually, he hired 6 guys to work full time building it back in 2011, then scaled that back to the existing 2 employees who are still working there now. Verrel is a retired aeronautics engineer, born and raised in Wyoming. He wanted to remember his youth when he could watch the UP haul coal across Wyoming in the mid 1950s.
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