How to build Realistic Layouts 4 Model Railroader Special Issue 11 Trackside tow
How to build Realistic Layouts 4 Model Railroader Special Issue 11 Trackside tow
How to build Realistic Layouts 4 Model Railroader Special Issue 11 Trackside tow

How to build Realistic Layouts 4 Model Railroader Special Issue 11 Trackside tow

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How to build Realistic Layouts 4 Model Railroader Special Issue 11 Trackside tow
 
How to build Realistic Layouts 4 Model Railroader Special Issue 82 pages Towns & Cities focuses on the towns and cities along railroad lines. This issue brings you how-to stories on modeling telephone and power lines, prototype drawings of storefronts, exciting photography, and much more! Don't miss this all-new special issue from the editors of Model Railroader!
8 Introduction
Metropolitan corridors/by Andy Sperandeo
10 Urban sprawl in Severna Park
City scenes dominate this HO scale club layout/by Paul J. Dolkos
18 Model building from prototype research
Realism and atmosphere in an HO rendition of Steubenville, Ohio/by Bill Neale PROTOTYPE DRAWING FEATURE
26 A general store with universal appeal
Bailey's could be the centerpiece of any small downtown/by Harold W. Russell
28 Scratchbuild Bailey's general store
Styrene and detail parts are the starting point for this project/by Cody Grivno
32 How to get that small-town look
Modeling the street grids typical of farm-belt villages/by Tony Koester
36 Make towns look bigger with digital buildings
Convincing background models from photos/by D. Cyrus, M. Burgett, and C. Wiley
40 Pave asphalt streets with plaster castings
Realistically textured roads and sidewalks step by step/by Philippe Coquet
46 Detail a station scene
Relating the depot to both the railroad and the town/by Andy Sperandeo
50 Solve a corner problem with a junction town
A live interchange and industries grow at the base of a peninsula/by Bill Darnaby
56 Make accurate utility poles and wires
How to model electric, phone, and cable lines/by Jeff Wilson
62 Model an intersection with the Santa Fe
Where the railroad met the street in San Diego's Old Town/by Keith Jordan
67 The corner gas station
Kitbashing a model for period and local interest/by Keith Jordan
70 Build a convincing city in a small space
Basic techniques for downtown Durango, Colo., in 0 scale/by Doug Tagsold PROTOTYPE DRAWING FEATURE
74 A Main Street you can model
Adapt these typical storefronts to fit your layout's era and setting/by Harold W. Russell
82 Add action with vehicles and figures
Simple ways to give your model railroad signs of life/by Bob Grech

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