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LAYOUT CONSTRUCTION PHOTOS
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|Selective compression makes it only a 8' elevator|
Scenes from January 2004
|Frank Dublin & Steve Gohman discuss the layout from Smithville
||"Bumper" Clayton & Frank at Smithville - notice the "staged" trains without track |
|Building where Igloo will go and the approach to the Brazos River
||Sealy being built|
Scenes from October / November 2003
|Ben Benda making sure the DCC does work after installation
||Steve Gohman's mock up of IH-610 Loop |
|Checking track alignment under the 610 Loop in Houston
||Checking placement of Igloo's Brookshire Plant with paint cans for silos!|
|Brazos River crossing with staging underneath
||Another look at the staging and bridge span |
|Looking from the Brazos River to 610 & more benchwork
||Dispatcher's Office & where Ft. Worth will be(sky) |
Moving the 1rst benchwork into the depot in March 2003!
|This is where the dispatcher's office will go
||Geary Johnson (kneeling) & Mike Ellis @ Eureka Yd|
|Sheetrocking where Eureka Yard will go in|
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