Nickel Plate Road - Kentucky Western Division

David Vaughn

The Nickel Plate Road, Kentucky Western Division is an 18'x92' two-rail O Scale layout comprised of parts of three "heritage" layouts, the best known of which is John Armstrong's Canandaigua Southern. Set in 1958, it depicts a fictional NKP line between St. Louis and Pittsburgh Junction, which interchanges with the western terminus of the Canandaigua Southern. Scenery includes a restored and extended "Photographers Curve" from the CSRR. The double-track main line ends in staging loops at each end.  Rolling stock is a mix of NKP and CSRR steam and diesel, equipped with. DCC and sound. The layout is located in the basement and is not handicapped accessible


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