The Pacific Wilderness Railway was a short-lived excursion operation running from down-town Victoria, BC to Mile 20 up the E&N line. My first layout is a 7 foot shelf point-to-point in N-Scale. Photo #1 - shows the 7 ft. x 10 in. base with the three areas simulating the whole 20 mile run. From bottom to top: down-town area, yard, and Malahat turnaround siding. Photo #2 - foam risers cut with a 2% incline on the far Malahat end. Photo #3 - profile boards in place with the start of the mountain terrain. Photo #4 - the down-town area with the harbour area cut out and a paper building representing the Victoria station. Photo #5 - The Malahat locomotive reversing siding area with the profile boards cut. Photo #6 - the yard area with paper representations of the locomotive shed on the right and a stores building on the left.