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The near siding track is called the “Oil Track” where the petroleum tanks and warehouses are serviced by rail and then trucks on this side. There is only about 8″ of depth to work with and there must be a narrow service road included in the foreground. The storage tanks are by Campbell Scale Models and tanker transport bodies from Sheepscot. The far spur is called “Suydam Siding” with the Swift meatpacking plant at this end. It still needs a cattle pen for unloading those fattened steers. All this will take a while as much scratch building must be done and I have to haul and crush rock for a few days.

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