Model Railroader Magazine 1968 May Lubrication test Two-level station,
Model Railroader Magazine 1968 May Lubrication test Two-level station,

Model Railroader Magazine 1968 May Lubrication test Two-level station,

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Model Railroader Magazine 1968 May Lubrication test Two-level station,
 
Model Railroader 1968 May
BILL OF LADING
Lubrication test. By Bob Higgins.---19
Some lubricants make a difference in efficiency and tractive force.
Model railroad wife. By Jane Clegg Cook.29
A lock at model railroading from the distaff side.
Model photos with a box camera. As done by A. E. Sima Jr.30
Including the use of proxar lenses in model photography.
Destinations unlimited: a compact layout. By Michael R. Welch.32
As told to Bill Rau.
Railcar from the Rio Grande. By Al Kalbfleisch.-33
Semifree-lance model follows D&RGW prototype fairly closely.
Two-level station, attractive spacesaver. By Jim Findley.42
John Allen's design can be adapted to suit your own railroad.
Tree in a minute.-----
Simple way to make trees for mass effects uses woollike material.
The littlest yard? By Donald C. Dietrich.
Prototype for modeling a freight terminal in a very small space.
Which way the switch? Designed by Paul W. Ziesmer.
These devices will remember which way your turnouts were last thrown.
Club directory.----
Geographical-alphabetical listing of club names, addresses, etc.
Prototype drawings and data:
Sierra combination caboose. Drawings.
Niles interurban combine. Drawings. Semifree-lance D&RGW railcar. Drawings. Canadian National yard at Penticton, B. C. Data.

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