Model Railroader Magazine 1955 March Custom signal bridges Wood tank car Cutting
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Model Railroader 1955 March
March 1955Volume 22, Number 3
Bill of Lading
Water Tank Car (A "Dollar Car"). By Eric Stevens 22
How to build a detailed model of a car used to haul spring water.
Building Custom Signal Bridges from Kits. By Linn H. Westcott 27
How two signal bridge kits can be combined to make unusual "custom" versions for all types of track installations.
Cutting Commercial Wood (The Workshop, No. 1)
By Paul Larson 34
In this article, first of a series, the author shows you the best ways to cut commercial sheetwood, stripwood and structural shapes.
Earth 'n Tie Bumpers. By John Page 36
A simple, inexpensive track-end bumper that's made from ties and "earth," just as the real railroads build them.
Nook & Cranny Railroads. By John Armstrong 40
Four track plans for those odd-shaped, leftover spaces.
Combination Station. By Boyce Martin 46
A fine, wood building that's not too complicated, but has enough detail to make an attractive model.
HO Gauge 5D-7 (Part 2, Conclusion). By Bob Klubertanz ___ 54 Easy-to-Make Bridge Girders. By Paul Mallery 60
Lattice girder bridges have always been model railroading's favorite type, but such girders are complicated models. This article shows a simple way to make them.
Prototype Plans anti Data
UP "City of San Francisco" Diesel 38
L&N Combination Station 47
Mail Pickup Stand 50
Bull Session 63
New Literature 65
Construction Kinks 67
Coming Events 68
Railway Postoffice 4
Trade Topics 8
At the Throttle 21
Trackside Photos 30
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