Arcadia & Betsey River Ry.

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Reply Korot.Ira
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Reply RobertQuany
4:42 AM on July 13, 2018 

Reply LornaWosse
10:28 PM on July 12, 2018 
Reply H. Alcott Horn
4:41 PM on July 7, 2018 
Great site. Thanks for developing it. Of course the original A&BR was a lumber line in Michigan, not on the West Coast. The original A&BR was one of the major railroads exploiting the lumber resources of the northern portion of Manistee County, Michigan. The nice thing about model railroading is that we can put the railroad wherever we want. Again thanks for developing the site.
Reply Dave Bryan
2:59 PM on July 8, 2015 
Great job; I enjoyed it.
Reply David Riggs
3:45 PM on March 6, 2015 
I just retired at age 70. Modeling railroading has been on my bucket list for years. This layout has given me renewed inspiration and a lot of great ideas.
Reply Glenn
8:46 PM on June 24, 2014 
Great layout I'm looking for ideas and yours has been very helpful. Thanks
Reply Patrick
9:47 AM on March 21, 2014 
Great layout very jealous, I am limited to 16' x 8' you have given me a boost thanks
Reply John
1:48 AM on March 3, 2014 
I stumbled across your layout while looking for ideas for me and my 8 yr old son to start our own. Imagine my surprise- We live in Arcadia!! Have always wanted to do a representation of the local line- including the train pier that ran out into Lake Michigan to load/unload the ships. Would love to model the dunes! Sad to see that the railroad was sold and moved to the northwest- though what a great layout you have created.