My favorite part of Castle Farms was the train station. I didn't get the name of the train engineer, but he has the coolest job. When I was taking the pictures, he was making repairs to the 1,500 feet of track that was required due to the wind storm. He was also starting to put out the trains. I had to return to my booth so I never was able to see the track with all the trains.
The layout consists of 389 feet of track and 259 trestles and encompasses three independent operating loops. A freight or passenger train runs on the lower outer loop while a train hauling cars filled with clay for the brick factory operates on the lower inner loop. The upper loop simultaneously carries a logging train taking logs to the lumber mill.