Diamonds are for Never

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Chops
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Diamonds are for Never

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To give a bit of purpose to my train's activities, there are two diamond crossings that keep operators lively when it comes to dispatching traffic. Ideally, passenger trumps freight, but if freight sneaks in there early, what's a lad to do?

https://youtu.be/wAOMiKseN5Q
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Create a timetable & work to train orders..... :P
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NCE DCC, 00 scale, very loosely based on GWR
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A very dangerous railroad. :lol:
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Ron S wrote: Sun Apr 25, 2021 11:47 pm Create a timetable & work to train orders..... :P

Good idea. Been meaning to do that for a while, but never seem to get to it. Any ideas for a general sort of template?
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Maybe something like that:

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Or like that:

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That video was a real roller-coaster ride, and I noticed the animals escaping the hospital. What next at Armodilloville, the lunatics taking over the asylum?
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Marvelous images. Are the crossings level crossings, or is that where points lead to another track?
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