The Wilson Creek Division represents late 50’s railroading in the hills of Eastern West Virginia. The railroad is proto freelanced with settings suggested by locations in the general area. The B&O line is modeled around the town of Norton WV, with staging toward Grafton and Charleston, WV. West of Norton the line to Richwood, WV branches off to the town of Cowen, with Richwood staging at the end of the branch. The Western Maryland and C&O connect at Norton, with their staging represented at Elkins and Durbin, WV. Operation features substantial industrial trackage and live interchange at Norton, as well as coal and industrial traffic along the branch, including a coal preparation plant at Cowen and a connection with the NYC.
Scenery is 75% complete. The railroad is basically single deck, around the walls of a 15 x 22-foot room with a central peninsula and grade up the branch. It was rebuilt for operation over the past few years and is now holding regular operating sessions. Car forwarding is by Car Cards and Waybills with NCE radio controlled throttles. The room is not handicap accessible.