Contrary to my desire to stay under the radar, I'll try to create a short picture essay about the evolution of the Saucier Central. Hurricane Katrina gave us the opportunity to build a new house 25 miles north of the Gulf of Mexico and about 160 feet above sea level. So in July 2007 I took occupation of a ~15'x~8' train room that happened to have a very nice new house attached. The concept was a two-branch backwoods line serving five rural communities in south Mississippi, but owned and operated by the B&M. Also, it had to have an interchange with the Beebe River Railroad of Ipswich, MA owned by my brother. I've had layouts since 1945, and every one had legs...I HATE LEGS!!!! So..... With two layers of foamboard on top.