Model Railroader Magazine 1956 October Cajon Pass in HO Recessed Control Panel
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Model Railroader 1956 October
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Cajon Pass in Your Garage. By John Armstrong--
A track plan based on Santa Fe's Southern California gateway.
Recessed Control Panel. By Paul Larson---
How to save space by building control panels "into" benchwork.
Carbon Black Hopper. By Eric Stevens -
An unusual "billboard" hopper for shipping bulk carbon black.
Relay Box. By Boyce Martin----
A necessary bit of trackside detail if your road has signals.
HO Gauge Icing Station. By W. W. Loveland Jr.-
A typical small-town facility for servicing refrigerator cars.
Three-Stall Roundhouse (Part 2, Conclusion). By Larry Smith
Final details are applied and the roundhouse is ready for use.
Curved Trackwork. By Bob Cushman---
How to measure and build curves, curved turnouts and crossings.
The Great South Pass (Part 6)--- Two cab panels with engineers' controls are built and installed.
Bluebook of Model Railroad Practice (14)
C - Track-----
Basic track elements, with commentary on their building and use.
Prototype Plans and Data Pennsy Transfer Diesel Interurban Refrigerator Car
Railway Postoffice Trade Topics-
At the Throttle Trackside Photos
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