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: