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Portland Union Station

Since the layout is based upon Portland, Oregon in the late 60's or 1971 where 5 Class 1 realroads used to come in, my freind Marty, scratch built this incredible structure for me. What you see is actually the front of the Union Station normally facing the parking lot but it is so wonderful that I have it currently turned around facing the passenger tracks.

Also please note that the log train is there temporarily whilst awating return to Eugene staging. Hey this is my layout!! And model railroading is fun!!

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