Denway Overpass Mini-mo Module

FORMAT SCALE ERA LOCATION SIZE
Free-mo (mini-mo) N Modern Eastern Canada 4 ft. x 12 in.

Denway is a fictitious area located along the CN main lines in eastern Canada (the name is a contraction of the title of an article that appeared in the Oct. 2001 issue of Model Railroader called "Wooden Highway Overpass"). A mini-mo is a free-mo module designed to extend the distance between the main free-mo modules (yards, towns or industries) as quickly and cheaply as possible. They are usually only 12 in. wide, incorporate a slight turn, have a single main line w/o turnouts and do not have permanently attached legs. These features make them inexpensive and quick to build.

The photo shows the current state of the module. All the track is operational and has been painted and weathered. Click on the link below to view the full working journal for this module.

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