Model Railroader Magazine 1971 January The case for collecting models Structures
Model Railroader Magazine 1971 January The case for collecting models Structures

Model Railroader Magazine 1971 January The case for collecting models Structures

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Model Railroader   January 1971   Vol 38 No 1
CONTENTS
The case for collecting models. By Tom Busack.--11
"Railroad Fair in miniature" features mixed equipment, mixed eras.
David Johnston's Galloping Goose. -----43
The Model of the Month Award.
An adjustable driver-quartering jig. By the MR staff.-44
You can make it to suit any scale. A dollar model.
The Allegheny Route. By John Armstrong. ----45
The concept, the planning, the hardships, and the rewards.
Structures from history. By Robert E. Lee. ----56
Including the "microglazed" method of adding windowpanes.
Train operation versus power packs. By Linn H. Westcott.60
The ABC's of model railroading.
Tender speaker for noise effects. By Peter A. Cook.--62b
Pipe steam or diesel locomotive sounds into your motive power.
Laying track on the East Glasstop. By Walter R. Olsen.-66
Railroad in a coffee table: 2.
Prototype drawings and data:
Airy Hall halt. --------64
Cab-forward detailing views. -----72



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