Hyde Pulp Mill
The dock is an interesting part of the Hyde complex. When the mill was first built, a smaller dock jutted straight out to provide access to the small
river boats. Later as he was adding to the mill, Mr. Hyde realized a larger dock was needed, so the retaining wall and a more substantial dock was built.
Rails were added to the dock to make better use of the space along the river.
While the dock is an important part of the Hyde Pulp Mill complex and should be the first component to install, it can also be used by itself as a simple freight
dock or tied in with other industries.
The kit has laser-cut wood components and designed for easy construction using 2" foamboard for the ground level behind the bulkhead. The approximate footprint
is a scale 150' x 42'. The dock is designed to use Atlas flex track (not included) but hand-laid track can also be used.
#14095.6 O Scale Dock