Edaville Photos 1
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A reeler passes in front of an Edaville USA coach.
By the berries:
The Edaville USA train passes a flooded bog full of cranberries awaiting harvest.
The train passes splendid foliage as it traverses the shore of Turtle Creek Reservoir.
Into the woods:
The train crosses Eda Avenue and heads toward Edaville Center.
The train approaches the station with fall colors reflecting in the Swan Pond.
The passengers eagerly head toward the train and the next trip through cranberry country.
Have a great trip:
The friendly platform conductor waves to the passengers as they embark on their ride.
Past the siding:
The Edaville train is obscured in shadows as it passes the second train on the siding.
Many British sports cars were on display during the National Cranberry Festival.
A new passing siding has been built near Turtle Creek Reservoir to hold the second train until it's needed.
New shop location:
A couple of turnouts are in place near Eda Avenue crossing and plans are in place to relocate the car shed here.
Back to nature:
The passing siding adjacent to the platform has been removed.
Only the signal remains:
During the early Edaville, this are held the water tower, passing siding, turntable, and six holding tracks.
The last evidence:
Overly wide ties and tie plates are all that remain of the old passing siding.
Hudswell-Clarke #21 sits in the car shop awaiting some repairs in hopes of a return to the rails.