Garden Railways Magazine 2000 December Painted signs for buildings Service Stn

Garden Railways Magazine 2000 December Painted signs for buildings Service Stn

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Garden Railways Magazine 2000 December Painted signs for buildings Service Stn
 
Garden Railways 2000 December PULL OUT PLANS NOT FOUND
FEATURES
NEW SERIES: Part 1
56 Radio control and battery power The philosophy of battery power and r/c by Terry Shellenberger
62 Le Jardin Ferroviaire de Chatte A public garden railway in France by Richard Izen
66"Painted" signs for buildings A little creativity and an ink-jet printer are all you need
by Rod Eaton
COVER STORY
68 The Spring Lake Railroad A rural Wisconsin line at the turn of the century by Dale Haessly
78 Garden Railways photo contest Winners from around the world Large-scale holiday displays
86 Take some time out this holiday season to watch the trains run compiled by Rene Schweitzer
90 Garden railway design & construction A service station for live-steam locomotives by Jack Verducci

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