The MNO is an experiment in small. It is a fictional line using the Great Northern for its modeling. The railroad consists of a 4'by 8' with a 16" by 7' island. Trains are small, six cars for freight and seven on mine runs. Equipment is based on GN practices of the early 60s. Operations are relaxed with verbal orders and plenty of switching.
The main terminal is Bemidji which represents a secondary inner city yard with local industries. It is the center of operation for transfers, local, mine runs, and alley jobs. Traffic is moved based on car cards and way bill system with Easy DCC.
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