Classic Toy Trains 2006 Sept Drive in theater from DVD Player Lionel 1958 spring
Classic Toy Trains September 2006
34 Coal country layout
BY ROGER CARP
Return to western Pennsylvania, circa 1948, on Bill Loop's 0 and S gauge layout.
42 Humungous Hell Gate Bridge
BY GERALD ANDERSON & MICHAEL SADOWSKI
The Milwaukee Lionel club builds a 28-foot-long model of the famous New York City bridge.
46 Build a DVD drive-in theater
BY PHILIP WHITMOYER
How to make a 1950s theater on your layout using 21st century technology.
48 Central City Railroad
By E.A. ENGEBRETSON & KENT JOHNSON
This 8- by 16-foot 0 gauge plan grows tall to avert urban sprawl.
50 Lionel trains for 1958
By JOE ALGOZZINI & ROGER CARP
Lionel's space-age strategy for Super 0 and 0-27 trains didn't reverse a sales slide.
58 Layout wiring lessons
BY DON WOODWELL
Tools and techniques to bring reliable power to your trains.
62 Small town; big railroads
BY DENNES AND DANIELLE. S E ALZER
The Pennsylvania, Milwaukee Road, and more are all regular visitors to this compact 0 gauge layout.
68 This layout is a hit with the mob
BY BOB KELLER
New Jersey's Train Station hobby shop builds an 0 gauge layout for The Sopranos television show.
71 Make a spring-loaded switch
BY PETER H. RIDDLE
How to construct an economical alternative to powered switch machines.
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