Ohio, Michigan & South Shore

Don Santel - Modeler
The Ohio Michigan & South Shore was the layout of the late Don Santel. After his death, it was maintained and operated by his son, Dick. As is the case with many of the great layouts of the past, the sale of the home brought the end. It was an outstanding model railroad with excellent scenery. The pike operated steam and diesels of the '50s. Shay locomotives provided the power on the Murphy's Crick RR. Much of the 28' X 40' basement was occupied by the steep hills of southeastern Ohio and western West Virginia through which the railroad carried primarily coal and freight. It used carrier control with CTC board. An operating hump yard and signals were also featured.These photos were take by Bill Feairheller at the last operating session of the OM&SS.


This album has 28 photos in total.

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