Welcome to Extra Board! This section is updated periodically with short features contributed by our readers, as well as some recent favorites straight from the pages of the Narrow Gauge and Short Line Gazette. Check back as we continue to add new articles!
WP&YR 69 used her brute strength to help shove trains up the first twenty steep miles north of Skagway, Alaska.
A freelanced version of the Narragansett Railroad as modeled in On30 focusing on structures and scenery.
East steps to detail an older On30 steam switcher model with the latest digital command control and sound system installed.
Continuing our series, we take a look at the short life and tragic end for White Pass & Yukon Route 2-8-0 Consolidation No. 68.
Scratchbuilding a parlor car following Rio Grande prototypes for narrow gauge service in On30.
In early 1900, the company bought three more used locomotives bringing the total number of locomotives to 15.
Built from parts of an old Ambroid craftsman kit, this On30 model of a flanger caboose won 1st prize at the 2022 National Narrow Gauge Convention.
White Pass & Yukon Route 2-8-0 steam locomotive No. 62 was built by Baldwin in June 1900, and remained in service for more than 40 years.
Building an S scale model that captures the character and essence of the prototype lumber planing mill at Swandale, W.Va., on the Buffalo Creek & Gauley.
An in-depth examination of White Pass & Yukon Route Baldwin-built, outside-frame 2-80 Consolidation No. 61.