27 March 2016 XXXIX marked the sixteenth anniversary of the Molossia Railroad. Through those years our railroad has served us well, hauling freight and passengers and entertaining visitors as it rolls around Norton Park. In honor of this milestone our annual Railroad Day was celebrated here in Molossia. On this occasion nearly all of the Molossia Railroad's engines and rolling stock were taken out of storage and run on the tracks. The railroad has six engines, five of which made an appearance, rolling ably around the track in spite of their age. Each engine hauled a variety of rolling stock, including flatcars, gondolas, boxcars, a caboose, a tank car and of course passenger cars. Our engineer for the day was His Excellency, The President. After a successful day of putting the Molossia Railroad through its paces, the engines and cars were stored away until next Railroad Day. In the meantime, however, our flagship engine Bighorn continues to show off the railroad to our visitors whenever tourists visit Molossia. We are quite proud of the Molossia Railroad and look forward to many more years of it serving Molossia well!
Learn all about the Molossia Railroad here.
Coyote Passing Silver Hill Station
Zephyr Under The Trees
Zephyr Passing Steinsdorf
Zephyr Crossing The Bridge