Learn about logging, lumbering, sawmills and related industries in Franklin County, Maine. Includes a rich history of logging with the SR&RL. The Zoom meeting will be held Thursday, March 11, starting with two-foot conversation at 7pm and the logging presentation starting at 7:30pm.
You will be able to download the PowerPoint presentation as well as attend a virtual Zoom meeting hosted by Gary Kohler. Click on the image to purchase the presentation and virtual Zoom meeting.
Gary Kohler will be hosting an online clinic for those who have purchased the SR&RL Freight Car presentation. Get the inside scoop on the vast array of SR&RL freight cars – rebuilds, oddities, and other little know freight car facts. Didn’t get the presentation yet? Click on the photo to get yours today!! Stay tuned for additional clinic details.
The PLW shop crew has been working on the Laconia Bridgton & Saco River RPO/Baggage #10/#31 pilot model. The body is done and now moving to the underframe details, platforms and lastly, the roof. Stay tuned for when the kit will be offered for sale on the website.
As a side note: Click on the black & white photo at the bottom to order the latest Bridgton & Saco River presentation and get ALL passenger car photos to assist with your modeling efforts!
The presentation is currently 221 pages of detailed information, photographs, drawings, ICC reports, roadway completion reports and roster information (SR&RL). The presentation is to provide a compete as possible look at all the SR&RL freight equipment while highlighting the variations, oddities and anomalies. Also included is 1920s documentation and images on the railroad’s building of new 29′ 6″ rack and showing as many of the rack car variations as possible.
This is a digital product download. No media is available.Click on the image to order.
The Bridgton & Saco River Presentation is currently offering over 712 images! New photos and map details have been included in the current version, as well as revised railcar information. As noted previously, the presentation is a “living document” and will be updated with new information as it becomes available. Compare this to purchasing a book with 712 images for $25 AND get future updates.
I purchased it last week and it is an astounding collection of images, with hundreds of photos covering every aspect of the railroad. I was particularly impressed with the first section covering the right of way. The photos are organized in geographic order from Bridgton Junction to Harrison, and there are something like 70 photos covering just the junction area alone, including several showing the section of dual-gauge track in front of the coal shed. Tons of equipment photos too, plus photos of the SOCONY facilities, rosters, timetables, etc. If I’m not mistaken many of the photos have not been published previously and/or have not been identified geographically. Well worth the price IMO.