Catching Up, Part Three

For the past ten months, I've written about The Hills Line at my blog on the Model Railroad Hobbyist website. Rather than completely rehash what I've already posted, I want to bring this site up to speed with where the layout stands today in a three-part series highlighting the progress made so far. Part Two discussed the … Continue reading Catching Up, Part Three

Catching Up, Part Two

For the past ten months, I've written about The Hills Line at my blog on the Model Railroad Hobbyist website. Rather than completely rehash what I've already posted, I want to bring this site up to speed with where the layout stands today in a three-part series highlighting the progress made so far. Part One detailed the … Continue reading Catching Up, Part Two

Catching Up, Part One

For the past ten months, I've written about The Hills Line at my blog on the Model Railroad Hobbyist website. Rather than completely rehash what I've already posted, I want to bring this site up to speed with where the layout stands today in a three-part series highlighting the progress made so far. Following the rebuild of … Continue reading Catching Up, Part One

Nothing beside remains

I met a traveller from an antique land, Who said—“Two vast and trunkless legs of stone Stand in the desert. . . . I've gotten several messages recently, all asking variations of the same question. Why'd you get rid of the Grimes Line? For the record, I didn't get to make that decision. Near them, … Continue reading Nothing beside remains