Soggy Bottom and Deep Cut Railway, Navigation & Cartage Co.
|This war scene shows a part of one side of the layout illustrates the effect given by the shadow box design|
Sit back and enjoy the photos and see if you don't agree that this was a great looking modular layout.
|Here is the other end of the wharf scene showing the busy dockside activity. Notice how the train cleverly enters the scene under the walkway on the structure on the right.|
|This old mill scene fills the entire end module. There is are are many great little detail scenes within the overall mill scene such as the photographer at the end of the platform. He must be waiting to shoot the next train through town.|
|The layout features several well detailed trackside scenes depicting the late 1800's. Looks like the horse followed his master into the store.|
|Another shot of the above area from a different angle.|
|Looks like there are no environmental regulations in effect judging from the oily water pouring out of the discharge pipe at the "Old Canal Deswillery"|
|A narrow gauge train is passing the wharf while a fellow on the dock is waiting for a barge to come in.|