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SP #99, a 0-4-0 Shifter was the only power that would operate on the 10 inch radius curves used on my 2 by 2 foot Model Railroad. The branch line included a switch back for trains to enter the town of Borate, and then continued up over several trestles and bridges to get to the logging site. I continued to make improvements to the yard and at the right base of the mountain is the start of the branch line.
Shay #8 is shoving a couple of empty log flats up the branch line to the switch back and into Borate. Unfortunately by the summer of 1971, the mine had closed and with all the trees cut in the area, the branch line was abandoned.
In the blink of an eye, the rails were removed and the town of Borate, now a ghost town has started to return to nature.
If you only use the space between curves, then yes, the yard gets shorter fast, particularly once you consider the yard ladders. But there are ways to curve a yard ladder to get longer yard tracks, such as a pinwheel ladder. I would expect between 1 and 3 trains per session with two being common and 3 being a little rare. The yard-like tracks on the left side of the plans are from a while back, and they are actually laid down.
I use two rules of thumb: for a normal passing siding between the curves multiply the train-length by 2 and you find the required length of your table.
Classification is done when a train is entering a yard and his consist is divided for different destinations.
The above is my opinion, from an active and experienced Model Railroader in N scale and HO since 1961.
When the editors first approached me about this project, they suggested looking at Hampton from the standpoint of a Free-mo module. I set about trying to capture the essential elements of the junction at Hampton, roughly mid-century. Continuing west on the CNJ mainline, we pass the joint station at Hampton, cross Main Street, and pass through the remains of the old yard. I imagine that you could operate this group of modules independently, with enough traffic to keep two operators busy.


While the configuration I designed requires eight modules, a clever modeler could probably eliminate one from each end the three ends. He mentions his love for trains in a number of episodes, including one where they take the train instead of a plane. I'm a huge fan, although I'm gonna miss tonight courtesy of Rossford Yard's hockey tickets. Note the design for the layout was originally a dogbone with two reversing loops, and recently I've decided to instead go with a lift out bridge. I have tried to implement those features in the past, but the problem I'm finding is a lack of ideas to fit effectively fit a functional yard without consuming half of the layout.
With my layout, the turns in each corner seem to really shrink available space, since the yard can't begin until after the turn.
I plan on using a dedicated switcher for the yard with the road engines changing trains or just simply dropping the train off. It had beside the main or thorough fare just one passing siding doubling as arrival and departure track. If that track is straight for a short distance, the center of the yard can curve without causing problems (although the broadest possible curves ease the task of shoving cars, of course). Since more trains will enter this yard it will not take to much time before one of the bowl-tracks has sufficient cars for a train.
American Free-mo is a standard that was originally developed from the European FREMO concept of a modular railroad that stresses realistic operation.
The scenes are greatly condensed, but still reflect the nature of this rural New Jersey junction. I have retained one storage track for interchange traffic, and included a switchback lead to the CNJ's minimal engine facilities. The addition of small staging yards on either end of the CNJ mainline would enhance operations, but would not be entirely necessary.
It would require a slight redesign of Hampton's west end on the CNJ, and a realignment of the D&LW lead by Route 31, but it's not outside the realm of possibility. If you have ideas on how to better utilize the lost space in the corners, that would be great. Before it was basically a dog bone, but now I'm going to use a lift out bridge and eliminate the reversing loops from the plans.


The Jersey Central mainline curves west, ducking under the Route 31 overpass and coming to the switch leading to the Lackawanna's Hampton Yard.
I wanted to include the turntable, but there simply wasn't enough room (though one could create an add-on module for it). A westbound CNJ wayfreight would start the day dropping off interchange traffic on the storage track just west of Hampton station (here's where staging would come in handy, allowing our wayfreight to escape). This design could easily be integrated with existing Free-mo group layouts, providing a junction between a single track and double track route.
A single track branches off behind the passenger station, threading its way through backyards and farmland to a greatly diminished yard. The engine facility consists of one track for servicing, and one track for supplies (oil and sand). Then, the local switcher would emerge from the engine facility, grab the cars, and head over to DL&W's Hampton Yard. The '80s sitcom "Family Ties" had actor and model railroader Michael Gross show his character with a layout in an episode. After picking up any cars destined for the CNJ, the switcher would deliver those cars to the storage track and return to the engine facility. The tail track could be used to store the local DL&W switcher, or turned into a team track or local industry for added operational interest.
Another operator could come in and then drill the DL&W cars, and perhaps make a set out on the tail track (or designated local industry).
The yard crosses over Lackawanna Avenue, and the DL&W continues towards Washington, crossing Route 31 on a massive steel and concrete bridge.
Finally, an eastbound CNJ wayfreight would stop at Hampton to pick up any cars destined for points east. While these four moves sound simple on the outset, they could easily keep two operators occupied for an afternoon.




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