Model Craftsman RMC 1940 March Southern Railway Passenger Cars NK Water tanks

Model Craftsman RMC 1940 March Southern Railway Passenger Cars NK Water tanks

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Model Craftsman RMC 1940 March Southern Railway Passenger Cars NK Water tanks
 
Railroad Model Craftsman
Model Craftsman 1940 March, famous Corliss engine
64 Pages
Contents
3. & 0., Jr., Sponsored by B. & 0., Sr.  4
'Tomkinsville," Staten Island Ferry By William S. Quincy, Jr.7
Missouri Pacific Pile Driver  By Richard H. Stevenson11
The Famous Corliss Engine By Joseph Grey  13
Blueprint Insert Facing Page16
Turntable Control By Earl T. Orchard  17
Southern Railway Passenger Cars By Jack H. Berry, Jr.  19
New Jersey Water Tanks By William Schopp  20
Miniature Racing Cars  22
Gas Model Design By Larry Eisinger  26
Tibbetts Valley Railroad Club  33
DEPARTMENTS
The Safety Valve  3
The Car Barn  15
Pit Chat  24
Model Speedboats  25
The Roundhouse  27
Along the Tinplate Track  29
The Engine Room  31
Railroad Club News  34
Model Yachting  40

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