Model Railroader Magazine 1952 December Ho interurban Pine Tree Central
Model Railroader 1952 December
Pine Tree Central. By MR Staff 12Ideally suited to the needs of the beginner or the apartment dweller, this complete "how-to-build-it" article describes the step-by-step construction of a 4 x 6 ft. HO pike built by the staff in the MR workshop.
Harriman Had Nothing on Us (Tuxedo Junction, Part 3) By George Allen 18George enlists Bill Schopp's aid and begins to assemble a mountain of sketches, photos and general data into a workable track plan.
Trackside Photos 22
How I Built the Cactus Gulch. By Wilbur Johnson 24A radio technician builds a railroad that has home-built switches and switch machines, and features rolling stock with electronic lighting.
Pacific Electric Interurban. By E. Suydam 29How Ed Suydam converted an English combination coach into a heavy interurban.
Thornburgh Builds an HO 1910 American By M. D. Thornburgh 32Mel begins a new series outlining the construction of a distinctive and beautifully detailed B&O American.
Reader Track Plans 42
Sequence Lighting Drum Controller. By Bill Heatley 44Tired of seeing all your structures light up at once? Use this controller to stagger their on-off sequence.
Card Order Operation. By T. Gerald Dyar 48Here's a new operating system that automatically provides constantly changing destinations for every car on your layout.
Silver Plate Road (Cartoon) 68
Bull Session 72
Prototype Plans and Data
PRR A-Series 0-4-0's (3/16" = 1'-0" scale) 52
Chicago Streetcar (3/16" = 1'-0" scale) 70
M-K-T Box Car (3/16" = 1'-0" scale) 76
DepartmentsRailway Postoffice 4 Shop Talk 84
At the Throttle 11 Construction Kinks 88
Meet Tom Beresford 11 Coming Events 92
Trade Topics 54 Personals 92
The Clinic 77 New Clubs 92
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