I will soon be posting a blog on another new structure for the Rails West layout. It will be a structure to reflect the western agrarian aspect of the layout. The area around Carrizo Springs produces a lot of wheat and some fruit in the valleys, the area is known for its cherries.
A lot of thought went into the structure and I will be sharing my philosophy on the structure and what it means to the overall layout experience.
I also wanted to share another couple of ways to connect with Rails West. I manage two Facebook pages that share additional photos and information and announces new posts to the blog. Facebook is a bit more interactive.
The first is, not surprisingly, “Rails West.” — https://www.facebook.com/Rails-West-465010903652240/ Click here to check it out.
The second reflects my earlier interest in modelling Roswell, NM in the early 1990s, a theme that surfaces in Rails West from time to time and remains a significant interest to me. https://www.facebook.com/atsf.roswell/ Click here to check it out.
I took a lot of pictures in the late 1970s-early 1980s in Texas, Louisianna and Arkansas mainly and in the early 1990s mostly in New Mexico and Texas. I share photos from time-to-time via my Facebook pages. Example below. A lot of ATSF, MP. Frisco, Rock, SP, BN, ICG and Katy action.
I also post some great pictures from B. Smith (mostly West Texas, 1970s-present) and a few photos I have collected over the years.
Consider “liking” these pages if you’d like to see these photos and get updates on posts.
Until next time…