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8 PHOTOS FOR BRAZOS VALLEY RAILROAD SOCIETY MUSEUM - HO MODEL LAYOUT
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The web site has many photos, showing show it very well, in the "Layout" section; plus, there's a "Virtual Visit" section.
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The layout is surrounded by a visitor's isle that has a 6' tall plexiglass barrier (seen in lower left). There are step stools for the kiddies; plus, hand-held remote controls are provided for the youngsters and Young-at-heart enthusiasts.
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Local oil refinery in lower portion.
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The "Engineers" can access the interior via a fold-out, lift segment. Huge sulfur block at right edge.
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Freeport Sulfur Company's mined product is shown as it was produced at the Hoskins Mound site (closed in 1955). It was formed into a huge block of Sulphur for shipping out. Mined from huge underground "salt domes" using heated water that accomplished pumping out the product. It was cooled (solidified) to form the block. A photo is fastened on the side of the block.
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