Louisiana Central Railroad Company Layout Construction

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Here's a view down at the alcove end of the recent construction.  The track will make a 180 degree turn in the alcove, then head out toward the peninsula, the start of which is at the far left.  The faint line on the wall is the sub-roadbed height for the town of Whitcomb.  The thin strips of wood tacked to the ends of the joists are there to help protect from injury in the very narrow confines down there in the alcove.  They will be replaced eventually by the Masonite fascia, which hopefully won't be quite so wavy.  This is the only aisle section less than three feet wide, but I don't anticipate more than one person will ever be in there at a given time.

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