Model Railroader Magazine 1961 February Factory for thoise pickle cars Belt Line
Model Railroader Magazine 1961 February Factory for thoise pickle cars Belt Line

Model Railroader Magazine 1961 February Factory for thoise pickle cars Belt Line

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Model Railroader Magazine 1961 February Factory for thoise pickle cars Belt Line
 
Model Railroader    February 1961   Vol 28 No 2
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Between trains at Hardeeville------24
Traction club with ideas-------26
Just look what the Michigan Electric Railway Club did to a basement!
A factory for those pickle cars. By Dennis V. Blunt ---29
Building and vats necessary to store pickles constitute "factory."
Narrow gauge gondola car. By Al Kamm----38
Rebuilt car used for maintenance purposes. Plans by Billi Bowen.
Public Belt Line of New Orleans. By Michael Welch--44
Modeling high-density industrial district gives excuse for many cars.
Brick substation (Substations, Part 2). By David L. Waddington -46
Drawings of Berkshire Street Railway Co. structure at Cheshire, Mass.
Close-up - Small station. By Bill Stokes----51
Flagstop at Luray, S. C., even has unused schedule board on platform.
Blind man's model railroad -------54
Bill Frank lost his sight 16 years ago, but now has his own railroad.
How to design your interlocking frame (Part 2).
By Paul Larson and Gordon Odegard ----57
"Heart" of the interlocking machine works like a mechanical puzzle.
Prototype plans and data:
Narrow gauge gondola car ------38
Brick substation--------46
PRR's transition Consolidations, class H-6sb ---52

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