The Brymston RR is a 3ft gauge line built and operated for the mining and lumber concerns with extensive trackage. It also acts as a common carrier on some parts of its route.
One day the full history of the line may get written but for now any similarity with The Brimston Railroad in Tennessee is purely coincidental.
The first section of this tale is really a second telling. The first version was told on the NGRM online forum and copied to some other places too. After a while I decided to re-tell the tale in my own blog and then copy extracts to the various forums where comments and interactions would be encouraged. So, on with the catch up. Continue reading
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