Here’s a snapshot of Trevor Marshall’s Somerset & Piscataquis Counties RR. This freelanced line was based around his interests in slate quarries and Maine Two Footers, and existed in his Toronto basement from 2003 until 2011.
The first iteration occupied a 14 x 16 foot space;-
This was superceded by the plan below when more space (31 feet x 14feet approximately)became available. This plan was not completed before it was supeceded itself by the S scale Canadian National layout “Port Rowan” which now occupies the space.
Trevor is an exponent of telling a story with his model railroads and pictures. Below we see the sequence of operations as the S&PCRR took delivery of a new snowplow and prepared it for winter operations, including turning it on a turntable.
November 2016: we have found more pictures of Trevor’s layout hiding away in the files featuring the S&PCRR. Shown below are 2 pictures of Pulpwood flat car #327 with rack.
Here is a rare overhead shot of the Hebron Pond Slate Company sheds and trackage showing the railbus and trailer waiting at the small passenger depot.
The picture below shows the Enoch Pond station area under construction. The Depot building was later used in the second iteration of the S&PCRR as the Snowdon Station.
And here is a picture of the transfer yard at Snowdon on the second iteration of the S&PCRR.
For more pictures of the S&PCRR visit Trevor’s own website from the link in the sidebar on the right.
To view a video of the Mount Snowdon area of the second layout, go to
To visit Trevor’s current blog about his S scale Canadian National layout “Port Rowan” click here.
Update 16 March 2017:- Trevor has written about the design of his layouts and some of what he learned on his Achievable Layout blog, and he has illustrated the posting with a lot of pictures – so if you enjoy looking at Trevor’s modeling or are inspired by his writings, then you should take a look. Click here to view on another browser page.