Maps & plans menu

This section presents the overall plans of the layout, the individual staion plans and any maps concerned with the background setting of the railway. Select the map or plan by pressing the buttons below.
Sketchmap of AFK setting
A simple sketchmap showing the route of the AFK across Altonia canton
Layout plan
The general arrangement of the layout.
  
The buttons below access the layouts of the individual stations and considers some of the factors influencing their design. As has been noted elsewhere the layout is designed for operation, with the scenic aspects being a secondary consideration in the criteria. Goods traffic is a mainstay of the AFK and nearly every station has at least one industry incorporated to ensure that plenty of traffic is offered. One criticism that could legitimately levelled at the layout is that there are too many small and frankly, unlikely, industries dotted around and that there is too much online traffic between stations. In truth the majority of NG lines' traffic was between the tranship point and the other stations and incoming traffic predominated. The typical NG line exported primary products such as stone or timber and many trains back into the hinterland conveyed empty wagons. These ideas were explored in much more detail in a series of articles published in Narrow Lines.
  
Relforka & Breco de Glisent
The junction with the national system and an agricultural village.
Boursson
An agricultural village.
Lacono
The provincial capital of Marrongaco.
Urteno
A spa town situated on a lake shore.
Ithilarak
The junction for the rack branch.
Ospicio
A remote station close to the summit of the line.
Fenditavalat
The journey ends in the anciaent Roman capital.
Jakarutu branch
A journey across the high moors on the rack branch.
Eromarbordo
Eromarbordo
Eromarbordo
The ancient sea port of Eromarbordo.
The original Fenditavalat
The original AFK layout