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Mr. B.J. Cott, owner and general manager for the Lost Hollow Railway, announces that the Katy Texas branch of the Lost Hollow Railway is no more.  The last revenue train, a passenger train, was run January 1, '08 and today the work crew removed the buildings, track and roadbed.

Please enjoy this video of the better days on the LHR:
www.youtube.com/watch

The reality: my assignment here in the Houston area has come to an end and we're expecting to move in the next few months.   I learned a lot on my first garden railroad and will put the learnings to good use on the next version of the Lost Hollow.  I've captured a few of the learnings in this thread:
www.mylargescale.com/Community/Forums/tabid/56/forumid/9/postid/16700/view/topic/Default.aspx

Take care,
Barry
 

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Posted By bjcott on 03/08/2008 3:50 PM
Mr. B.J. Cott, owner and general manager for the Lost Hollow Railway, announces that the Katy Texas branch of the Lost Hollow Railway is no more.  The last revenue train, a passenger train, was run January 1, '08 and today the work crew removed the buildings, track and roadbed.
It is always sad when one of our garden railroads comes to an end. Good luck on your next large-scale project.
 

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That is one cute loco!

Can't wait to see where you land and what you build there.
 

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Hope that the RR will  arise again in a new location.  I've been there and done that also.  Never a fun time to take down but then a new adventure is lurking ahead and new challenges to hurdle.  Oh what fun  it is then.:)  Later RJD
 
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