00:00 Dave Husman presented on one or two move waybills, as opposed to the four cycle waybills many people are familiar with. He gave an overview of CC&WB, his prototype, how he got to his CC&WB format, and what is blocking. He also covered the different types of waybills he uses, and how they are applied as he restages the layout.
Dave provided his presentation for download as a PDF.
00:00 William Waithe's CN Weston Subdivision
00:00 Ken Hojnacki discussed operations on his layout, the O&W Auburn Division.
00:00 Tom Wilson's Pittsburgh and West Virginia/Union Railroad model railroad layout
00:21 Burr Stewart - Operating the Jet Job
00:00 Jason Boche - Journey to Operations on the Red Rock Northern
37:53 David Ramos - Operations on his New York Harbor railroad.
00:00 Car Cards for the SP Los Angeles Division - Rick Watson
32:30 CTC on Gary Siegel's L&N Railroad - Eastern Kentucky Division - Bruce Morden
00:00 James McNab's Iowa Interstate Hills Industrial Spur
You can read more about James' layout at https://www.thehillsline.com
00:00 Remote Operations - Pete Mulvany
32:19 Modeling from the Employee Timetable - Bob Hanmer
Bob is also the co-author of the Condensed Code of Operating Rules, which provides a concise set of rules to operate model railroads. This was built based on the prototypes of the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. The book is available as a print-on-demand purchase for $15.00 here.
00:00 Dave Husman - Building a Consist/Locomotive Management
You can download a copy of Dave's presentation from his website, wnbranch.com.
00:00 Steve Sandifer - Lessons learned from Conductor’s Record books
00:00 Jon Robinson - Operations on the Double Diamond RR
00:00 Al Daumann - Journey of First 808
You can download Al's presentation in PDF format here.
00:00 Dan Howard - Coal Gasification Operations
00:00 Michael Artner - Virtual Timetable Operations
If you're interested in observing the operations, contact LAMRS at email@example.com or via their Facebook page.
00:00 Scott Sabo - Using Tab-On-Car for Switching a Yard
36:30 Doug Akromas' Erie Lackawanna layout design discussion
00:00 - Dale Baker's Port of Catoosa Railroad
34:15 - Rail Detector Cars by Dennis Drury
In Dale's presentation, he discussed the homemade derail devices he created. Dale describes the devices:
These were made from small Evergreen I- beams and a square stock piece. The sides are beams I shaved the inner flange at the bottom and the outer at the top. The top piece I did not shave at all. Then I added the top square stock to allow me to drill a hole to hole the derails sign. If done correctly, they fit snugly on the code 100 rail.
Here are some images of the devices.
00:00 Steve Sandifer - LCL Freight Operations
00:00 Bruce Morden - Direct Traffic Control
29:29 Mat Thompson - Operations on the Swift Meat Packing Plant
Presentation downloads available: