Model Railroader Magazine 1950 August How to build roadbed Typical wreck train
Model Railroader Magazine 1950 August How to build roadbed Typical wreck train

Model Railroader Magazine 1950 August How to build roadbed Typical wreck train

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Model Railroader 1950 August
August, 1950Vol. 17, No. 8
Bill of Lading
Features
All Aboard!
By Linn Westcott  10
How To Build Roadbed
(Break-Away Railroading - Part 2)
By Frank Ellison  16
Model in a Minute - Station Platform Lamps  21
Honorable Mention Models  22
Build an HO Gauge 0-8-0 Switcher (Part 2)
By Charles Smith  28
"Busy Bee" Conversion  34
Railroading in Reading  34
Wreck Train
By Boomer Pete  35
Adjusting HO Turnouts
By Boyce F. Martin  39
N.M.R.A. Convention  57
Tinplate and Hi-Rail
How to Build Roadbed  16
Station Platform Lamps  21
Wreck Train  35
Make Your Own Switches
By Everett Swan  54
Prototype Plans
Baltimore & Ohio 200-Ton Wreck Crane  36
Departments
Railway Postoffice  4
Coming Events  7
At the Throttle  9
Track Plans of the Month  26
Trade Topics  43
Shop Talk  58
Clinic  60
Construction Kinks  62



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