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What is being loaded or unloaded along your railroad?

From operators of highly detailed layouts to those with a simple loop of tinplate, everyone is welcome to participate in our weekly Team Track photo adventures.

Don't have a Team Track? No worries, any track will do. Share a few pictures of what's being loaded, unloaded, parked, or exhibited on your railroad. Pictures of real trains are welcome, too!

What is a Team Track?

Team tracks (aka: public delivery tracks and transload facilities) have long been an important part of railroad operations. They can be found in rural countrysides, small towns, and large cities. These non-dedicated sidings make it possible for any small businesses to access to the nation's rail network. Virtually any type of freight car can be on/off loaded at a team track. One week it might be a load of quickrete and the next a reefer full of produce. The possibilities are endless.


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