Tim Swan's Monon HO Layout

Monon Railroad Historical-Technical Society Member Tim Swan has been working on his home layout for many years. An avid modeler, Tim is recreating the area in and around Bedford, Indiana. As you can see from the pictures, his layout is progressing very well. Keep up the great work Tim and sharing with others through you pictures.





















Same photos are also on page four

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Tim's Layout. Architect Mike Aufderheide drew it up for me based on my crudely penciled sketches. That was back in March 2002. Lots of minor changes since then, but nothing major. Click on image to see full size.

Tim checking out operations at the Bedford depot and freight depot area on his layout.

The pictures below were recently sent to the Webmaster. Since the collection of photos from Tim's layout is growing, we decided to give Tim and his layout his own page.


Left: Street running on J Street. F3 64 pulling a local freight. Right: More of the train as it passes. Below Left: Getting towards the end. Below Right: And naturally the caboose brings up the end.




Left: Shot of the end of the train. Right: Another shot as it moves north.


Previously Posted Pictures


Some of these pictures were posted a while back on the List Serve. Here is some excellent modeling work by Tim Swan of the Bedford depot on his home layout. Left: Bedford Depot. Right: Another view of the Depot. This view would be from the northwest.


Left: Looking down J Street in Bedford. This view is looking north along J Street. Right: In this pictures, you would be looking to the west at 17th Street in Bedford. Great work Tim. Look forward to updated pictures as the layout progresses.


Left and Right: Two shots of the new Atlas H15-44's on his home layout.

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