Model Railroader Magazine 1964 November Troubleshooting transistor throttles
Model Railroader November 1964 Vol 31 No 11
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Of space, time, and the railroad. By Frank Ellison.--24
Part 4 of "The art of model railroading" provides distance on the pike.
Measuring scale speed. By Philip H. Kohl. ----26
An easy way to calculate speed on a test oval.
"Engine 2351 run psgr extra west." By James A. Slocum.-27
Many a meet and many a pass on the Cambria & Black Mountain RR.
Anita builds a billboard fence. By Anita H. Smith.--33
A dollar model project for the distaff side.
Three very small layouts - for operation. By Michael Welch. -34
Can be built in a coffee table in N, TT, or HO.
Santaland and Southern. By Robert Shedd and
Two serious modelers had a lot of fun building a not-so-serious pike.
Carry your equipment in Styrofoam. By John De Steese.-41
A traveling modeler learns how to protect his equipment from shock.
Add snowplows to your locos. By W. G. Kennedy.--42
Here's an excellent project for the man who has never modified a loco.
Paint jar becomes a spray gun. By Joe Kunzelmann.--47
You may find you have all the needed parts in your scrapbox.
Troubleshooting transistor throttles. By Linn H. Westcott.-48
Step-by-step test program requires no special equipment or tools.
Coalyard bunker. By Russ Decho.-----56
Plans of an actual structure with suggestions as to how to model it.
Prototype plans and data:
Industrial traction line (photos) -----31
CN overhead-bunker reefer (plans)----32
B&O flat- and hopper-bottom boxcar (plans)--32
Canadian Pacific snowplow pilot (plans)---42
Coalyard bunker at Cheyenne, Wyo. (plans)--57
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