The wye at Old Fort has a very short leg because of the proximity of interstate highway I-40. The leg is cut off and ends in a pile of dirt with barely enough space to accomodate a single engine, let alone a steam engine, a water car, and two Geeps. This set of photos by Gene Austin show the difficulty of turning an engine as small as SR 630 or of turning a Geep. It could not be done with many larger engines. The next photo sequence shows the complicated problem of turning the locos on the steam excursion train.