Port Kings Pacific (PKP), in conjunction with Carslin Brothers Logging (CBL), is a freelance HO scale railroad located on the North Olympic Peninsula, WA. Set in the late 1930’s after the heyday of the Milwaukee Road, it transports logs from the CBL company town, manganese from Black Hole Mine, and fish, milk and farm produce from west end towns. Ives Mill lumber, cattle, dairy, food and other products move east to Port Kings and Seattle by rail barge. Mixed trains and the Spirit Hot Springs express provide mail and passenger service. Mogul engines power trains on the PKP, while CBL trains use geared locos - all with sound. One and two-person crews operate up to four hours with a lunch break.