Sunday 16 December 2012

Inwood Station, Model Review

The Inwood station in B&M colours. I stopped by the Passumpsic Ry this fall and took a group of photos from Route 5 including the station, Sept 2012.
 RMC's Craftsman Product Review
Creative Laser Design's Small Flag Stop

Currently RMC has on their web site a review of Creative Laser Design's Quincy Station. The small flag stop station model is based on the restored B&M-CPR Inwood station currently located on the grounds of the Passumpsic Railroad museum in Barnet, Vt. It serves as the RR's  ticket office. You can check out their web site Passumpsic Railroad

The Inwood station was located 2.7 miles north of Barnet by rail on the Lyndonville Sub. The B&M had ownership and control of the line in the early years. In 1926 the line through Inwood was leased by the Canadian Pacific for 20 years. When the lease was about to end the CPR purchased the line in 1946. The CPR Lyndonville Sub. extends from Wells River to Newport a total of 63.7 miles.

The review was done by George Riley who built the O scale kit for his review. There is a HO scale version available. The kit includes laser cut milled basswood sheeting, card stock shingles and bass strip wood. You can check out their web site for more details ...George Dutka

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