The Davis module contained a village called Gene Autry (on the alt-blue line) has service from four passenger trains every day except Sundays, two in each direction. On Sundays, only the mid-afternoon and late evening train are running. Industries on this module include Thurmond and Wright Machines and Seven Creeks County Transport. The machine factories build various manufacturing machines, with a large fraction being custom designs. The transfer warehouse is operated by Seven Creeks.
Old village of Gene Autry, circa 1997.
Another view of Gene Autry, 1997.
A side view of Gene Autry.
This module was built in 1994 as one of the 4 original corners of the then new layout.
Davis area, 1998.
A side view of the Davis area in 1998.
In 1997 the module received two sidings around the alt-blue line.
Gene Autry in 2000.
Gene Autry, 2004.
A Doodlebug stops at the depot.
In 2003, the blue line was added, the sidings changed, and the town scene much enlarged.
A ground level view of the grade crossing as an EMD demonstrator locomotive rumbles past.
Gene Autry, 2005.
Gene Autry in 2006.