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The prototype CR Tower was constructed of brick in 1913 at the north end of the Croton River bridge on the Hudson River or west side of the main line.
I painted the model with Polly Scale Aged Concrete then used Prisma colored pencils to do the brick work color in various reds and browns. Looking south towards New York City, CR Tower can be seen on the right just beyond the signal bridge in this late 1950s view. I hope this article inspires those who model the New York Central's Electric Division or just the northern end of it and the Hudson Division.
Larry Faulkner is a member of the New York Central System Historical Society, and originally wrote this story for their NYCentral Modeler e-magazine. Building Site Accessories - HO ScalePopulate your layout with miniature figures from all walks of life. Cats with Garbage Can - HO ScalePopulate your layout with miniature figures from all walks of life. City People with Motorcycle - HO ScalePopulate your layout with miniature figures from all walks of life. Construction Workers - HO ScalePopulate your layout with miniature figures from all walks of life. Cows - Black & White - HO ScalePopulate your layout with miniature figures from all walks of life. Cows - Brown & White - HO ScalePopulate your layout with miniature figures from all walks of life.
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We would also like to share few of the great images related to HO scale model train layouts.
You can do a lot of research work on HO scale model trains to built up an amazing and incredible model train. The Mountain Division models trackage from a large hidden staging yard at Roseville to Truckee over Donner Summit. Narrow Gauge trackage of the California and Nevada line can also be seen running through Auburn and then climbing up a hidden helix to the fruit sheds at Colfax and then back down to the narrow gauge yard. My current modeling efforts focus on the Harmon yard complex located 32 miles north from Grand Central Terminal circa 1952-1953. There were fourteen Signal Stations from outside the Park Avenue Tunnel in New York City up to the village of Croton-on-Hudson. It was an electric interlocking machine with a 72 lever frame; 31 levers for signals, 29 levers for switches, 4 levers for traffic control, and 8 spare levers. The concrete window sills and lintels are Evergreen styrene strip as indicated in the drawings as are the horizontal trim pieces near the top of the tower. I made an interlocking machine from styrene sheet and a trimmed coat zipper for the machine levers color coded red and blue. I'd like to thank Jack Shufelt for answering my many questions and allowing me to jog his extensive memory bank. You can see how awesome this ho scale model railroad scenery truly is with mountain detail and small bushes along the HO scale track. All you need is to have a look of as many layouts as you can because each layout has its own amazing story!


If your answer is no then you must take some inspiration from this pic and try it out in your layout.
In 1968, the New York Central merged with rival Pennsylvania Railroad to form Penn Central. I used Evergreen channel as overlay for the staircase covering Tichy Train Group staircase and landings part number 8208. I printed a scaled down track diagram and installed it behind the interlocking machine like the prototype.
The Electric Division had thirty circuit breaker houses on the main line along the Hudson River. Also Mary Lambruschi and the good folks at the Croton-on-Hudson Historical Society for their expertise and sharing their village history.
The name of this layout is HO scale due to the fact that it is approximately half of the O Scale model train layout.It is also a saying that it is introduced by Marklin in around 1900. I used some etched stainless steel I had in my scrap box for the platform section of the stairway. There were the assorted electrical cabinet relay boxes on both sides of the tower along with the cement posts used to support the heavy wires coming and going from the tower to the signals and electric switch motors that CR Tower controlled. Her gentle encouragement stirs my creativity to model my beloved New York Central Railroad and always challenges me to do better. These layouts are generally powered by direct current and runs on two-railway track system.




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