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Brinker Valley West

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Module Owner:

Club
Primary Modeler:

Charles Brinker, Fred Monsimer
Other Modelers:

N/A
Construction Date:

October, 2010
First Show:

December, 2010
Greenberg's Show
Oaks, PA
Module Dimensions:

24 inches X 48 inches
Module Description:

On this end of the bridge, a small passenger station gives railroad patrons an opportunity to visit the scenic park in the valley below.

The station is also used by some of the workers at the nearby Standard Steel Spring factory, to get to and from work. Although many factories are sprawling industrial complexes covering hundreds of acres, smaller factories still produce finished products and parts that are sold to other manufacturers.

In this factory, steel rods from the nearby steel mill are formed into large springs for use under railroad cars, and in other industrial applications.
Diagram showing the general arrangement of this module.
Diagram showing the general arrangement of this module.

Brinker Pass  West while module construction was in progress.  The wide section in the roadbed is where the siding and factory building will go.  The rafter square is being used to measure the correct distance for the tracks to be set back from the end of the module.
Brinker Pass West while module construction was in progress.
The wide section in the roadbed is where the siding and factory building will go. The rafter square is being used to measure the correct distance for the tracks to be set back from the end of the module.





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