The Sunset Valley Oregon System
The SVOS models 10 prototype railroads as they existed in the Pacific Northwest in 1955. Features include replicating the Southern Pacific (SP) from Portland OR to Dunsmuir CA, via their original Siskiyou line, SP’s famous Coos Bay Branch, abundant Spokane Portland and Seattle (SP&S) trackage, independent railroad logging and mining operations, as well as the Great Northern (GN), Northern Pacific (NP), and Union Pacific (UP) operations into Portland.
The prototypes have been compressed to fit into a 2650 sq ft basement using up to 4 decks. For those desiring a more detailed track plan, a multi-page version is available at HERE. Download the Download the "Guide for Guests and Crew Operating on the Sunset Valley Oregon System" below for even more information!
Ride along with Bruce VanHuis as he operates Train NP425 from Seattle WA to Eugene OR on the Sunset Valley Oregon System. Download the document HERE.
Want to see how the SVOS operates? Download the "Guide for Guests and Crew Operating on the Sunset Valley Oregon System" for an brief 34 page introduction. This document is packed with useful information on the SVOS, Operations, and the history of the railroad. Download the document HERE (11MB).