Barrett, New Hampshire is for sale
Buying Barrett:
After inspecting the layout section, the buyer will purchase the
section "as is" and will take full responsibility for moving it. The
section disassembles easily, by packing the buildings and
details in bags and boxes (supplied) and unscrewing the legs.
While some of the details on the models are fragile, the
models themselves are quite sturdy and should withstand a
move easily. The section should fit nicely in a van or SUV. The
packing process may take only an hour or two.

Barrett, New Hampshire is a one-of-a-kind layout section from
Paul J. Dolkos' legendary New Hampshire Division layout. The
sale of this section is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own
an artistic masterpiece from one of the top modelers in the
world. Barrett is also a portable, salable investment that you
can enjoy for many years.

Owning a model railroad of this caliber requires a substantial
financial commitment, not only for this world-class layout
section, but also for the locomotives, rolling stock, and control
system to run it. It is not a decision to be made half-heartedly.

The asking price for the layout section, run-around track, and  
brass locomotive is $
9,500.
Barrett, New Hampshire
on the Boston & Maine Railroad
A model railroad layout section by Paul J. Dolkos
from his legendary New Hampshire Division Layout
HO Scale
The town of Barrett, New Hampshire is the only major section of
Paul J. Dolkos' New Hampshire DIvision layout that will be sold.

The sale includes the layout section as shown above including
all buildings and details. It also includes the Brass GE 70-ton
Deisel Locomotive shown below. The sale does
NOT include the
other locomotives and rolling stock shown in the photos.

NOT INCLUDED: All locomotives and rolling stock shown
in photos other than the Brass GE 70-ton Deisel
Locomotive shown here.

This layout section is completely finished and fully operational.
Purchase by December 31, 2010
and I will include this handsome
brass GE 70-ton deisel locomotive!
Purchase and move this layout section before December 31, 2010,
and I will include the B&C #14 locomotive pictured above!
A two-track manually-switched run-around section is
included for simple switching operations. Section attaches
to the bridge side of Barrett.
This hard-to-find brass model of a GE 70-ton diesel by New
England Rail Specialties has been painted and weathered by
Paul J. Dolkos to match the prototype.
This locomotive appears in photos 3, 5, 8 and 12 in the PHOTOS
section of this website. It also appears in
Model Railroad Planning
2002
and How to Build Realistic Layouts 2007, both by Kalmbach.
Included is the box and all packing materials, instructions and
extra detail parts. Loco currently runs on DC, but is easily
converted to DCC.