Columbia Gorge Model Railroad Club – Logging Division 1

An oil-burning GN Consolidation leads a string of empty skeleton log cars up the logging branch on the Columbia Gorge Model Railroad Club. Once the train has been turned at the landing, a five-finger grapple loads the log cars. The GN steamer then leads the loads down the hill to Hood River. These scenes were recorded at the club’s annual open house on November 9, 2008.
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Lionel 30021 Cascade Range Logging Train Set from TRAINZ.COM

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HO Scale model train layout of Pacific Northwest and Logging Industry

This layout depicts the popular Steam to Diesel transition era of the late 1940s to 1950s. The theme is the Pacific Northwest from Washington State to Minnesota, showcasing the Fallen Flags of the Great Northern, Western Pacific, and Northern Pacific Railroads. From a large central Railroad yard and locomotive servicing facility overlooked by a lengthy urban scene, to distant travel over several rivers up into the rugged mountains, this layout is a visual treat! With numerous tunnels, a great logging scene, and a rural harbor that brings back memories of days gone by, this feature-laden display has a complex and exciting feel, yet provides easy and enjoyable operation for one or more. See more at www.smarttinc.com
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