Model Railroader Magazine 1955 January Brich enginehouse Car repair clamp Homema
Model Railroader Magazine 1955 January Brich enginehouse Car repair clamp Homema

Model Railroader Magazine 1955 January Brich enginehouse Car repair clamp Homema

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Model Railroader 1955 January
January 1955
Bill of Lading
Volume 22, Number 1
Brick Enginehouse. By E. D. Lynch Jr.  28
An appealing small-railroad structure, profusely detailed.
Homemade Roadbed. By Iry Winer  34
A simple, inexpensive way to make strong, easily-curved roadbed.
Trackside Photos  36
Pickle Works (Lineside Industries, No. 3). By Paul Larson  40
A quaint little industry that will challenge your artistry at aging wood.
Weathering Freight Cars. By John Kalbach  42
How to make your freight cars look like they've "been places."
When life ain't worth livin' (Cartoon). By Bill McClanahan  44
Under-Layout Scooter. By George Allen  45
An easily-made carriage that makes under-layout work a pleasure.
Track Is a Model Too. By Robert F. Cushman  48
The techniques of making your track a well-detailed model.
Belt Line Railroad. By John Armstrong  56
For operating possibilities, a belt line railroad has no equal.
Excavated Railroad. By H. H. D. Heiberg  62
Instead of building a support for his model railroad, the author dug one.
Workbench Car Clamp. By Earle W. Thompson  66
An ingenious device that lets you add detail without subtracting any.
Kitchen Table 2-8-2 (Part 3). By Charles Smith  68
Bull Session  78
Prototype Plans and Data
FJ&G Hanger  46
Pennsy Box Car 78
Departments
Railway Postoffice  4 At the Throttle  27
Trade Topics  10 Clinic  81
New Literature 24 Construction Kinks  83
Coming Events 84



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