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Team tracks, 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 local businesses to access to the nation's rail network. Virtually any type of freight car can be on/off loaded here. You might even find some MOW or passenger train equipment at a team track.

From highly detailed layouts to simple loops of tinplate, our weekly thread is for everyone!

Don't have a Team Track? No worries, any track will do. Join the fun, share what's being loaded, unloaded, parked, or exhibited on your railroad!

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abbrail: Sure, the DDTS misdirected hopper will leave the following morning on the northbound freight, however it will be spotted a day late while Mr. Sandman was forced to wait to unload it so he could make a speedie delivery to the nearby construction site that had to stop work because the RR made a boo boo...and LOOK, it's been tagged too...???  Gads, what a thought...

...and be sure to check out the team track on the Starsburg Rail Road at E. Strasburg, PA on the Virtual Railfan site.  Their x-NYC Diesel switcher is one clean machine in it's own right!

Early last week at the Danlilu team track on the FSJR Mountain Division these two turkeys, Bert and Ethyl arrived in a B&O stock car.  Both were extremely excited because they had been invited to their first Thanksgiving dinner.   During their journey they both pondered as to what might me on the menuIMG_3942

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