KCS&P Fast Freight Railway
by Ted Dimone



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.


Entirely 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.

KCS&P Fast Freight Railway: Model Railroad
by Ted Dimone"I'll meet you in front of the drug store, you know, Elmore's, next to Lora Lee, ladies clothes store."
AARR Central Div Police and Fire Headquarters on Ted Dimone's O Gauge KCS&P Model Railroad.AARR Central Div Police and Fire Headquarters on the KCS&P
Beautiful blond young lady waiting for the 50 ford to pull up and take her on their date near the outskirts of town - on the KCS&P O Gauge RailwayBeautiful blond young lady waiting for the 50 ford to pull up and take her on their date near the outskirts of town.

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