KCS&P Fast Freight RR

by Ted Dimone
(Danbury, CT.)

A little change of pace from HO for all your O Gauge website fans. For those that may not be aware, when HO was invented, it was referred to as 'Half of O'. Therefore HO was born and derived from O gauge/O Scale.


Theme: Mid 1950s, the KCS&P Fast Freight RR. In a leased track arrangement with the Berkshire Line. (Kenzie, Camie, Spencer & Papa) Located in Danbury, CT .


Entire scratch built structures. MTH FM H10-44 SP, loco in the background. 15 car consist of various makes. Atlas track. 48" X 156" layout. All vehicles from Die Cast Direct.

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