The OKC Module Project
Taking its inspiration from Trevor Marshall's Peterboro Project (See August 2008 Railroad Model Craftsman p. 72-78), Adam Eastman's OKC Module Project is an attempt to create a protypically based switching layout using the Free-mo standards. Because Oklahoma Free-mo is currently a small group, Adam felt that the group could benefit by a small layout which could operate independently, or be incorporated into large Free-mo setups. To generate more local interest, Adam chose a local prototype. The layout is based on a portion of former Frisco mainline is southwest Oklahoma City at milepost 543 bounded by May and Agnew avenues. The area features a passing siding and several industires. In 2006 the east end of the siding was alterened to create a junction with the former Santa Fe "Packingtown Lead."
May Avenue Bridge
The first module of the set to be constructed is the bridge carrying the mainline over May Avenue. The module adds scenic interest to the module set and also extends the mainline to provide a switching lead.
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