some, but perhaps not all, of the trees in these shots are mine.


the wingersheek beach and wiscasset junction railroad

by george fisher


"this is the route based on smooz's vtnh loop terrain. i have been working on the st johnsbury area where the maine central and the canadian pacific form a junction. well, they used to. the mec line is now abandoned, while the cp line has been sold and is now functioning as the northern vermont railroad, a subsidiary of iron road systems. the terrain heads east to lunenburg and south to wells river from here. i am headed to wells river with the modeling next once i fill in the last of the residential areas here. passenger service ended here in 1965, but i am keeping some in my route. the route uses lots of dmdrake's trees and also some of his historic style streetlights."

available early may 2004 on the dls.



st johnsbury, vt business district

historic district with elementary school beyond


churches and museums

looking toward the passenger station


a guilford industries way freight heads south to wells river


the age of steam at st johnsbury


approaching the bridge over the connecticut river


waiting for a clear signal at the junction


slowing for the station.


here's dukey's evil twin brother, waiting for a mailman ankle to bite






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