... I will preface my comments with the statement that all information is good, any data from any era can help understanding. I model the 1900-1905 era so Idehusman
I disagree. From my experience, SPINS give you a reference to the track layout (high level), lists the spur lengths, and most recent (year of the SPINS)rickw_az
Any discussion of SPINS, CLIC or PICL is not very meaningful for 60's and earlier. Without computers, it was not useful. Malcolm Laughlin, Any discussionmlaughlinnyc
The purpose of this list is to provide a forum for railway modellers to discuss railroad operations as well as to model industry practices and operations. Operations is a series of events that are required to complete a task. We expect this list to show how these tasks should be set out to accomplish your goal. Discussions will include, among other things, how best to simulate the operations of prototype railways and how to operate trains by Train Orders or Centralized Traffic Control. Computers or car cards (a manual car card waybill system)will be discussed.
Do you know how all the industries you model actually carry on day to day business? Where do typical raw materials come from to produce their products? Where do the finished products go? How are industry practices and railway operations linked? All of these questions are typical of what we plan to discuss on the Ops-Ind list.
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