Waynesburg is the southern most of the modeled towns on the railroad. There is a passing siding at Waynesburg but it is not quite as long as the ones at Bridgeville and Washington. The prudent dispatcher always puts southbound trains into the siding. If it is too long, it can ease into the curve and onto the industrial trackage.
There are three industries plus a long team track at Waynesburg. The largest industry is Consol No. 10, a coal mine. The structure is Walthers New River mine kit. This mine loads cars destined to the power plant in Pittsburgh. Typically, a mine run comes from Pittsburgh to swap empties for loads. The loaded train then heads north. Another industry is Arrow Refurbishing, a place that cleans and maintains tank cars and covered hoppers used in the chemical industry. I got lazy here and just used decals that came wtih the Walthers Allied Rail Rebuilder kit. None of the crew members have fussed about it so thatís the way it will stay. Commercial Propane, another Walthers industry, gets up to three carloads of propane each session. Over along the main line, adjacent to the passing siding, is the team track.
Waynesburg, along with Baker and West Union, is served by a Waynesburg Turn that originates at the yard in Washington. As the name suggests, that train turns and heads back to Washington at Waynesburg.