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Rich Thom
Coldwater Creek & Cascade Railroad

Locale and Era: Puget Sound Region, October 1928

Type and Traffic: The CC&CRR is a freelance shortline transporting timber, lumber and minerals between Port Elizabeth, a Puget Sound port, and the inland mining town of Cascade, serving two online lumber mills, logging camps, two mines and a stamp mill. The railroad connects with the Northern Pacific at Port Elizabeth and the Great Northern near Cascade. Tri-weekly mail and mixed trains accommodate passengers, and a weekly mixed conveys freight and passengers to/from the Great Northern.

Basic information:
A. Scale: HO
B. DC or DCC: Digitrax DCC (simplex radio)
C. Dispatching/control method: Written orders, verbal supplements
D. Car control: Switch lists
E. Mainline: 82' with 3 sidings; 20' branch
F. Room size: 16x12x11
G. Percent sceniced: 50%
H. Handicap accessibility: none
I. Maximum number of guest operators: 4

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