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Rooster Creek Railroad video

Bonus videos of the June 2007 cover story
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Richard Abate
Don't miss the Rooster Creek Railroad, the cover story of June 2007's issue. View provided to us courtesy of Tim Csabanyi and Richard Abate.

Railway at a glance

Name: Rooster Creek
Size of railroad: 50' X 120'
Scale: Varied-1:20.3 to 1:32; buildings, 1:24
Gauge: NÂș 1
Era: 1930s to 1950s
Themes: Narrow gauge, Denver & Rio Grande; standard gauge, Southern Pacific
Age: Six years
Motive power: Narrow gauge: K-27, K-36 (2), K-37, 2-truck Shay, 3-truck Shay, Climax, Heisler, C&S 2-6-0, Porter (2). Standard gauge: Cab forward, GS 4 Daylight (2), F-3 A-B-B-A, PA A-B-B-A, and various small locomotives
Length of mainline: 260'
Maximum gradient: 31/2%
Type of track: Llagas Creek flex track
Minimum radius: 8'
Structures: Approx. 45 buildings, kit built, kitbashed, and scratchbuilt
Control system: Bridgewerks,
30 amp & 15 amp; NCE DCC 10-amp units (2)
Battery systems: Air Wire, RCS units
The Rooster Creek Railroad #1
The Rooster Creek Railroad #2
The Rooster Creek Railroad #3

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