The Tecumseh Terminal Railways (TTR) is a fictional shortline, named after the small Canadian town that I live in. The herald inthe logo comes directly from the town itself. It is a privately owned line that serves the various industries in the area - a Green Giant vegetable plant, various automotive plants, a scrap metal recycling plant, and traffic across the border into the U.S.
The era is set in modern times, and the line only owns diesel locomotives. However, the town has been around for over 100 years, and there are many old buildings still around, so the view down main street will be varied.
Scale: N Scale
Description: Small, 2x8, odd-shaped oval loop with 2 reverse loops
Square Feet: < 32 sq. ft
Operation: Freight,Bent Loop / Dog Leg,Multiple Railroads
Prototype: CN, but very loosely
Era: modern, 1990+
Min. Radius: 9.75"
Max. Grade: n/a
Benchwork: 1x4, foam table top
Last Update: 01/06/2005
Rate this layout:
You must be a member in order to vote. If you are a member already, you need to login.
Total Votes: 7.8 average from 4 votes