E-Pass #6 – The Elizabeth and Austin Divisions

It has been a while since I’ve posted an old e-pass. Since I didn’t do anything on the BS&T this weekend I don’t have anything to report in that regard, so I thought it was high-time I posted a E-Pass.

This one is for the Jim Cullen’s Elizabeth and Austin Divisions of the Pennsylvania Railroad. When I went hunting for his web site I discovered that he has built a new layout called the Chartiers Branch of the Pennsylvania Railroad.

The Chartiers Branch is an N-Scale layout (we won’t hold that against him) built on a 36″ x 80″ door. I am always amazed at the level of detail and amount of scenic elements that can be put into a small space with N-scale. Jim has done a fine job with both his layout and his web site. He has lots of progress pictures so you can see before and after views, and a few little tips and tricks scattered here and there through his photos.

Jim Cullen’s Chartiers Branch of the Pennsylvania Railroad Is worth a visit!


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  1. Allan says:

    Ahhhhh the inspiration, Admit it Scott, The thought has crossed your mind more than once:-)

    You are right! I have to admit it. One night I was really drunk….

    Seriously though, I have thought about how much more I could fit in my space using N scale, but it quickly leaves my mind again as reality sets in.



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