In the last Rails West post, I shared a couple of key maps and a little history. (Click here to see Part I.)
In this post, I’ll share some details on structures and planned structures. As a refresher, the modeled area is shown again below.
OK, let’s drill down into the east side of Carrizo Springs.
Taking the structures from east to west:
Hernandez and Sons Distributor (Click here for more, again it was a two-part series.)
Rainbo Bakery (Much more here, multi-part series.)
Agri-West Lube and Specialty Oil (under development)
Western Warehousing (Click here to see the first of a two-part series on this structure.)
Ponderosa Feeds (Click here for more.)
Carrizo Valley Wool and Mohair (under development)
For a post on an active wool and mohair shipper in Alpine, TX in the late-1970s, click here.
This non-rail serviced structure will be based on multiple influences of a few structures in Texas.
In the next post, we’ll venture towards the western end of the layout.