Terry Flynn, The World's Greatest Self Promoter, wrote:
> An efficient railroad would not need a head end brakeman's shelter.
So what are you saying, that the NKP was inefficient?
If that's the case, then it can hardly be:
"boring, from a prototype and a design point of view".
You were pontificating elsewhere that:
"In fact it is the inefficient railway which makes the most interesting
subjects to model."
So which is it? Can you resolve your own contradiction?
Further, you proclaim that :
"Efficient railways have standardised locomotives and
equipment. This results in lack of prototype variety."
So the NSWGR, which was an efficient railway, with standardised
locomotives and equipment, can't be very interesting to model, if your
opinions have any weight.
How do you reconcile these contradictory views?