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Model Railroader 1953 February
February 1953Volume 20, Number 2
-Bill of Lading
Converting Your F-3 to an F-7. By Boyce Martin 12
Boyce describes the simple changes necessary to bring your Varney F-3 up-to-date.
"If Linn says we does it, we does it." (Tuxedo Junction, Part 5)
By George Allen 16
George and Ernie study the Tuxedo Junction track plan as revised by Linn Westcott.
Trackside Photos 20
Work Train Caboose. By Lewis Austin 24
Here's a car that would look good on your work train.
Great Railroad Models (No. 4) 30
A good-looking model with a good-looking prototype is this beautifully detailed HO 4-8-4.
Thornburgh Builds an HO 1910 American (Part 3)
By M. D. Thornburgh 33
Mel rolls the boiler and adds running boards and cab bulkheads to the little loco.
Three-Stall Enginehouse (Part 2). By Eric Stevens 38
Eric completes the structure with more interior framing, roof and final small details.
Here is Signaling That's Really Easy. By Linn H. Westcott 48
Signaling needn t be complicated. Linn describes some basic trackside contact circuits that anyone can understand.
Four By Eight Layouts. By John Armstrong 52
John applies his skill to a 4 x 8 ft. space and comes up with a track plan for each of the four principal gauges.
Reader Track Plans 56
Scenery for the Pine Tree Central 58
Here are the first steps to take if you want your "Central" to appear more realistic.
Prototype Plans and Data
PRR I-1 Decapod 46
Central Vermont Caboose 61
Railway Postoffice 4 New Literature 71
At the Throttle 11Bull Session 72
Meet Earl Smallshaw ____ 11Shop Talk 76
Clinic 62Construction Kinks 81
Trade Topics 65 Coming Events 84
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