Garden Railways Magazine 2002 Feb PLAN ET&WNC Caboose Moss Scratchbuilding
Garden Railways Magazine 2002 Feb PLAN ET&WNC Caboose Moss Scratchbuilding

Garden Railways Magazine 2002 Feb PLAN ET&WNC Caboose Moss Scratchbuilding

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Garden Railways Magazine 2002 Feb PLAN ET&WNC Caboose Moss Scratchbuilding
 
Garden Railways February 2002 STAPLED area is semi loose (cover)
FEATURES
50 The Shoe String Railroad A small garden line built on a tight budget by Ed Krause
56 Update your Aristo-Craft U25-B A U30-B is the result of this kitbash by Mike Sheridan
Cover Story
62 Our Elora garden railway A European line in a beautiful setting by Barry Altman
72 Build an inexpensive, indoor catenary system PVC pipe hangers and brass rod simplify the job by Norm Krusen
76 Using moss on the garden railway A groundcover like no other by Joe Mortillaro
80 Scratchbuilding for beginners Constructing simple rolling stock, part 1 by Tony Bird
84 Install a constant-intensity smoke unit All it takes is some simple wiring and a few components
by Joyce and Herb Stier
86 Garden railway design & construction Coloring artificial rock formations by Jack Verducci

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