Date: December 10, 2006

PCR officials were shocked to find that what they thought was an NW1 engine, is actually an SW1, an explanation of the error could not be found.

The SW1, formerly known as the NW1, has been switching White Valley, Dunnington, and Slickville. Guss Grump said, "I don't care what you call it, so long as it delivers the freight.
In other news, Slim McCready has continued his work on the railroad.

He was able to find the problem with the creek through Dunnington, there was no water. He was able to correct this problem by adding water.
Other improvements include the addition of the forest behind Delmont Mines.

In other news, the PCR dispatcher gave us a scare last month when he made a record six errors in five minutes. Errors include backing a train into another train, directing mainline trains into sidings, and assigning blocks that were not available. But he was able to shake it off, and did not make any errors there after.

This month's operating session is this Friday, December 15th, starting around 7:00pm. Hope to see you there.