Scott Jewell's
Boston Docks & Rocks

 Boston Docks & Rocks Overview

The Boston Docks and Rocks is really three separate railroads. Each railroad is an industrial switching layout. The top layout is HO scale and is based on the Little Mystic River waterfront terminal. There are three operator positions; one working the waterfront, a yard operator feeding the waterfront and a yard / local industries operator working the warehouses. The second layout is also HO scale and is based on Barre Vermont and is a one town industrial switching area. The third layout is On30 and is based on granite quarry operations along the seacoast of Maine.

Layout at a Glance:
Name: Boston Docks & Rocks
Scale: HO, HO, On30
Size: 25 ft. x 10 ft.
Prototype:
Local: The Little Mystic River waterfront terminal, Barre Vermont, Seacoast Granite Railroad
Era: 1920’s
Style: Industrial switching layout
Mainline run: none
Minimum run: none
Minimum degree of curve: 26”
Minimum turnout: #4
Maximum grade: none
Track: code 83
Scenery:
Control: DCC Digitrax

 Host  Name City State ZIP code Time From Hotel Miles From Hotel Max # of Guest Operator Positions Friday Evening Saturday Morning Saturday Afternoon
Scott Jewell Ipswich MA 01938 48 min 35 mi. 4 E. 7-10 H. 9-12 K. 1-4

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