Construction, photos and drawings of Charles Swanberg's model.
All about Quist - on the P&P. By William Bell---38
Simulated history controlled the growth of this model railroad.
Prototype modeling - atmosphere and all.
By Walter M. Macdougall-----42
Some useful suggestions on the use of railroading research.
Track plan for a B&M branch line. By Don Reschenberg-45
Hidden track will allow point-to-point or continuous operation.
The art of superdetailing (Part 1). By Bob Darwin--48
Bob tells about the tools necessary for detailing locomotives.
Dirt-cutting hot spot device for the transistor throttle.--54
Here is how to cut away oxide with a relatively high voltage.
Aids for S scale men.-------55
A listing of S scale supplies and sources of information.
Fully automatic hump yard. By Ed Ravenscroft---57
'Memory" handles the train, switching each car automatically.
One-stall frame enginehouse. By Ralph Brown---72
Structure of typical design used on branch and short lines.
Prototype plans and data:
Fort Dodge, Des Moines & Southern observation interurban31
Wabash cafe car-------46
Racor car retarder-------56
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