Laid the rest of the main and sidings in the west industrial zone. I think I will just refer to this area as LaGrange since the centerpiece here will eventually be the woodchip unloader that used to be there.
I am only using roadbed under the main because it looks better, but it sure is a pain to have to cut and sand foam transitions for every turnout.
This area will see lots of cement hoppers, a few tanks and tons and tons of woodchip cars.
I have the track laid from the yard that represents Brownville Jct. down to the bridge over the swamp that marks the transition into the paper mill. Hopefully tomorrow, once all the glue dries and I can get my tacks and pins again, I plan on starting the lay the track into the mill.
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