The main line through Ryde has been declared operational. To the west (left) lies JACKS interlocking and Altoona staging. To the east (right) lies the Granville Bridge and LEWIS interlocking.
Ryde, per the prototype, will feature an overhead water bridge.
The spur is the remnant of the old main line. In the early 20th century, the PRR bypassed all of the local towns. Though no longer a through track, the Pennsy still uses the track for occasional storage.
Above Ryde, on the upper level, will be the Milroy Secondary. Specifically, the area of Kishocoquillas Park, between Menzies and Burnham.
LEWIS interlocking -- the last ten feet of main line to be completed -- is next on the agenda.