Model Railroader Magazine 1958 August A day at East Side Super realism
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Model Railroader 1958 August
VOLUME 25, NUMBER 8
BILL OF LADING
At the beginning of the day-
A day at East Side. By Wally Moore
A fascinating photo tour of a magnificently realistic HO terminal.
Modern ash hoist. By Doug Smith--- A point of interest for your layout, inexpensive and easy to model.
Leavenworth . Photos by Paul Larson-
A small, angular operator's shanty that you might like to model.
Backdated Mogul. By T. G. Busack--- How to alter a kit model for a place of honor on a period pike.
All-purpose Twin-T - Part 3. By Linn H. Westcott -
Linn describes practical applications of his versatile new circuit.
Three layouts - one idea!
Track plan by Don Reschenberg-
One basic plan "bent" to conform to three different layout spaces.
O gauge outside-braced box car. By Burnell K. Steeves
A satisfying project keyed to the average modeler's capabilities.
Bluebook of model railroad practice (36)
I - Painting and finishing-
Painting diagrams for Pennsy and St. Louis-San Francisco F units.
Prototype plans and data: Leavenworth Great Northern 2-8-2 BR&P caboose-
Railway Post Office Trade Topics-
At the Throttle
Off the Train Wire
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