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These higher numbered engines, however, had what appears to be a tool box of some sort (?) that one could stand on and the curved handrail was mounted in a reverse position. The Pennsy addressed that issue when they face-lifted their K4s engines in the mid-late 1940s, as is evident in the below shot at Cold Spring Harbor in 1947. I was paging though Beebe's "The Trains We Rode" while at work last night and I was looking at pictures of G5s 23 and a second G5, number unknown, but was one of the G5s with the pilot mounted air tank. Hi,Seeing Ed's (FCIN) excellent layout plans created with Anyrail has inspired me to try designing a plan for a new layout.I want to try something different from my current layout CSX Palmetto Spur. I plan using Walthers 'Magic Pan Bakeries' which includes 2 sets of unloading pipes in the kitAlso, I would like a different track arrangement from Palmetto, so I've included a run-around with a trailing spurleading to a Food Processor or Warehouse.Here's the track plan.
On this quick plan I threw together, I placed a pellet trans-load on the front edge of the plan and suggest locations for two other industries. The structure would look good on the team track of Palmetto.What I'm really looking for is a covered hopper unloading facility, using Walthers 'Magic Pan Bakeries',particularly the 2 sets of unloading pipes and the silos. MalLooks like a neat facility, you coulld use Evergreen board and batten for the structure, painting it to represent metal siding. G'day again all, The powdered limestone makes a lot of sense for use in making plaster, joint compound etc. Thanks to all for your interest, information, and kind remarks regarding Palmetto.I certainly like the look of the facility at Toolworld, Eustis. For the ultimate in simplicity used for unloading plastic resin, I once switched a customer whose building was 50' away from the track, had no storage silo and no on site piping. We will be happy to either replace or repair your item, if applicable, or issue you a refund.

You have read and agree to the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions - opens in a new window or tab. Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount. Anyway I know this might be crazy but it apears the the bolt pattern for mounting the smoke box front to the smoke box is considerably differant than the standard PRR practice at the time. Looking around for another Florida location,I found a CSX branch off the Amtrak main line at Deland, FL approx 30 miles north of Orlando.
Similar type facilities can be found around the country, used for unloading various commodities and something worth considering adding to a layout. If you're still looking for potential pressurized hopper industries, here's one about 45 minutes from Deland in Eustis, FL.
I noticed that caboose has Tool World reporting marks despite the MoPac lettering, TWLX 11312.
The only indication of where to spot the car was a crude, inlet pipe that came up out of the ground about18" high and 8' away from the spur which also served other customers. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. Smoke box front (same as class A5, B6 and C1, L1, K, M, N1, Q, (and I even bet S1 or T1 but not J1 or J1a), Cabs were the same between the G,M, and I class. The 3.5 mile branch servesa plastics facility which receives plastic pellets in covered hoppers. I was expecting to find a large plastics facilitybut ,as your mention, there is a very small Transload shed. Do they use round hatch or trough hatch hoppers?Another industry I'm aware of in Florida that receives covered hoppers is the Alexander Orr Water Treatment Plant in Miami Dade County,however, I've no idea what commodity is being delivered there?With regard to my layout plan, the idea is that a train will be staged on the lead track in front of the non-rail served wartehouse. The railroad theme comes from the fact that half of the main building is the old Seaboard Coast Line freight shed for Eustis, which only adds to the flavor of it all. This gives me plenty of time to find the right location and track plan.Going back to the pic of the Transload shed at DeLand, I'm now thinking that such a structure would perfectly fit on the team trackat Palmetto. This plastics company which manufactured plastic drain tile and flower pots received about one car a month and used the car as storage until mty.
Also, The I1 class was the first to have the deck mounted twin air tanks, followed by the G5 class and then carried over the the M class (except M1#4700) single air tank although that seams to have been discarded on later production G5 locomotives. Plenty of pellet cars waiting to be unloaded and you can see a tank truck heading for the trans-load shed in that Google view.At the end of the spur, there is a short run-around and an out of service spur that lead to a Suburban Propane facility.
This will allow thetrain to be partially hidden in the 'urban canyon' before pulling forward into the run-around loop and switching industries. As far as the post war "beutification", it only makes sence to switch where the dynamo and headlight are.
There is also some sort of warehouse that still has the track in place, but doesn't look used. I'm sure you can come up with something that suits you better and not end up with a Timesaver track plan!By the way, does your layout have to be located in Florida or just have a CSX theme?

Sort of have that same idea for my own layout.My mention of the phosphate hoppers was probably a bad choice, just something that I know you see in Florida.
They are not covered hoppers, but rather open hoppers (usually two bay) and are used for shipping out phosphate from various mining locations in the state.The bakery (if used for its intended purpose) could receive either Airslide covered hoppers or pressure differential type covered hoppers (or both) of various types of flour. Pigments would be more likely to be trucked in as from my limited knowledge they are normally pretty concentrated.
Also, it difficult to see on Google but it looks the roof of the structure providescover for a truck whilst loading is proceeding.
Imagine standing on top of a hot smokebox (those were not insulated) and trying to add lubricating oil or changing generator brushes? The Google view shows more pellet type covered hoppers at the south building and it looks like there may be a pneumatic discharge pipe running parallel to that track; very typical for many plastics manufacturing plants. Been thinking about possibly having one of my industries representing a small bakery as a destination for my Airslide covered hoppers, rather than a chocolate or confection plant. Also, the office end of the factory used to be the Seaboard Coast Line's local freight depot.
However people with a greater knowledge of the paint business could well correct me.Regards, Andrew G. At the north building there is a 25-30,000 gal tank car and and what looks like a gravity discharge covered hopper (trough hatch) on that track. Finally, Tool World has its own switcher in the form of a White Road Boss truck with a coupler mounted to the rear. Also, for what it's worth- M class locomotives and everything built after did not have the "s" that denoted "super heat". Bing Birds Eye views are pretty good for viewing these areas too and may give more hints as to what is going at those two facilities. It appears that the CSX local that switches the branch, does so with a locomotive on each end of the train. There are some that are on the Pinsly lines (Florida Central, Florida Midland, Florida Northern) that would be interesting to use as the basis for a switching layout, but of course not CSX in the present era.For whatever it's worth, I think you've done an outstanding job with your version of the Palmetto Spur and I personally would stay with that.
An interesting operating concept.As for the track plan, I'm not sure how I'd set things up and operate it other than treat it like the train had just arrived at the industrial area (staged on the main at the left side of the plan) and then work the industries as required and end the session with the locomotive on the opposite end of the outbound train. Just a thought here, but have you considered making the two larger industries on your layout removable so that you could change them out to represent other industries from time to time? Since the plan is just 9 feet long, I'd guess that a typical train would only consist of 2 or 3 inbound cars.I'm not real sure if you'd have enough room to work the industry on the right side of the plan, without resorting to switching puzzle type moves, unless you did like CSX and use two locomotives, which could then eliminate the need for a run around track.Perhaps you could move the runaround to the right end of the plan, similar to the prototype and have the staging area on the left side - something like this very rough plan? For instance, the warehouse might be replaced with a plastics facility and the food processor some other industry from time to time just so you could use different freight equipment on the layout.Thanks for the tip about AnyRail. Guess I need to spend more time finding the hidden settings in that program, although I'm really spending way too much time on the computer when I should be working on the layout!kamerad47 wrote:There is 1 problem with all of these layouts including mine !!

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