Pacific & Eastern
||BCI (engineered wood I-beams) girders
form the framework for the P&E and went together amazingly
fast. 1 x 4 joists follow along with framed backdrops. From
bare floor to ready for roadbed in two months, including framing for
|Rising to the challenge of creating a
great scene out of a design error. Or how to rebuild a
scene to make it work.
|The high point of the P&E, a long
passing siding, a 180 degree curve, a logging branch and many MANY
trees. Also, our first magazine cover.
Modeling the Medford Corporation's sawmill complex from historical photos.
|2008 work began on the Klamath Falls
District with the construction of the helix near Keno. This would
enable us to reduce the modules to Mt. Pitt and the Yard/Terminal,
while enlarging the operating potential for the permanent railroad.
|The P&E builds down from Keno and
to Pelican Yard, it's main yard and shops. From there it crosses
Lake Ewauna and ties in with the Southern Pacific and Burlington
Northern. Both SP and BN yards are modeled on the other side of
Lake Ewauna from Pelican Yard.
Club members working on assorted scenes and projects on the Pacific & Eastern.
by the Rogue Valley Model Railroad Club