Working the Georgetown elevator

I’m just reading a blog post by Steve Boyko describing operations at a grain elevator on his model railroad. Steve has this terrific interest in real grain elevators and their relationship with the railroad and I enjoyed reading how he relates that knowledge at home on his model railroad. Please, check out the post here:

http://modeltraingeek.com/2016/02/spur-lengths.html

In Steve’s post I enjoyed the way he related our traditional approach to siding lengths and car spots. When you work through switching this industry on his model railroad you really start to appreciate how our traditional approach may not be what our miniature customer really needs.

Thanks Steve for putting that post together and sharing your thoughts on this.

/chris

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