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Cariboo Western Railway

The Cariboo Western Railway is based on the British Columbia Railway with some change of history. The railway runs from Vancouver to Ashcroft. We interchange with BCR at Pemberton Junction, Canadian National and Canadian Pacific at Ashcroft and Canadian National at Vancouver. We are now operating the Railway using the Occupancy Control System If we can get 2 dispatchers. OCS is a Canadian version of Track Warrants. We use prototypical paperwork and procedures.
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Superintendent Brian Clogg
Location Howe Sound and Western British Columbia
Interchange CN, CP, BCR
Size 27 ft by 37 ft
Scale HO
Era 1976
Control DCC Digitrax, Simplex Duplex, Wii Throttle, Engine Driver
Clock Speed None
Session Length 3 Hours
Crew Size 12
Dispatching OCS Which Is Canadian Track Warrants
Car Forwarding CC & WB
Communication FRS Radio
Jobs 2 Dispatchers(RTC),Yardmaster, Yard Switcher, 4 Local Crews & Road crews
Accessibility Ground Floor Short 54 inch Duckunder
Website www.cwrailway.ca
Prototype/Frelanced Scale Protofreelanced
Length of Mainline 421 feet
Yards 1 and 3 Staging Yards
Number of Passing Sidings 9
Scenery Complete 4%
Carspots 94
Motive Power Alo RS3, RSD5,S4,RS18,C420.C628, M630 EMD GP7, F7, SD 40, SD40-2 SD45
Rolling Stock 389 Freight
Train Lengths 800 to 1500 HO Feet
Track Construction Micro Engineering Code 70 & 83 Turnouts #6 and some #10
Session Atmosphere The CWR is operated for the enjoyment of the participants