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Israelite House of David - Early Track Configurations

         

For several years after the House of David opened Eden Springs Park the colonists experimented with different track configurations.  This photo and photo #18 are rare images showing the earliest configuration otherwise lost to the sands of time.  The low stone wall in the middle distance is the north train depot on Britain Ave. under construction.  The men standing along the wall are probably construction workers.  At the far right in the distance is the corner of the Bethlehem residential building.  The 2-4-0 engine in the foreground is one of the early park engines.  Ahead of the engine the tracks appear to continue straight ahead across Britain Ave.

For several years after the House of David opened Eden Springs Park the colonists experimented with different track configurations.  This photo and photo #18 are rare images showing the earliest configuration otherwise lost to the sands of time.  The low stone wall in the middle distance is the north train depot on Britain Ave. under construction.  The men standing along the wall are probably construction workers.  At the far right in the distance is the corner of the Bethlehem residential building.  The 2-4-0 engine in the foreground is one of the early park engines.  Ahead of the engine the tracks appear to continue straight ahead across Britain Ave.

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