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'20s,'30s and Beyond Model Railroad

Replicating the Golden Age of Railroading

Fred Park's modules

Fred's Mojachapi, California town is expanding into the high desert countryside near Tehachapi in the late '30s. Increased mining operations off-module is driving the expansion. Most of the structures are kit-bashed and include a gas station managed by Dick Nixon, Park & Sons Manufacturing and the Park Hotel. The station is made from a Santa Fe-style laser-cut craftsman kit.

A variety of sidings serve lineside businesses. At the east end, a stream flows through a canyon beneath the plate girder bridge of the mainline. Fred scenicked an adjacent club corner module with similar rocky canyons that depicts the rugged country near the Tehachapi Loop.

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