An S scale study of a Canadian National Railways branch in Southern Ontario – in its twilight years…
The Canadian National Railways Simcoe Subdivision in Southern Ontario is the subject of Port Rowan in 1:64 – the model railway I started building in my basement in 2011. Specifically, I’m modelling two towns – the end of the line at Port Rowan, and the next town up the line, St. Williams. I’m working in S scale, and my focus is the early-mid 1950s.
If this is your first encounter with Port Rowan, here are some links to early posts that explain what I’m doing:
- Breaking Marley’s Chains
- Why Port Rowan?
- Why S Scale?
- Why The Canadian National?
- How about a layout plan?
Here are some photos of my progress on the layout:
Click on this link – Port Rowan in 1:64 – you want to read all of my blog posts that are related to this layout. Enjoy if you visit!