Model Railroader Magazine 1978 February Drawings Alcos RS-3 GB&W a railroad you
Model Railroader February 1978 Vol 45 No 2
Waterfront at Wiscasset. By Donald A. Clerke 58
This highly detailed scene was completed in only 6 months.
Kitbashing tank car 22. By Tom Landrigan. - 62
Scratchbuilt flatcar can be used in many different ways.
The tank car that never was. By Tom Landrigan. - 64
Would you call his model a prototype?
The Green Bay & Western: L By Stanley H. Mailer. 66
A railroad you can model.
Southern's old Cumberland River crossing. By Boyce F. Martin. 76
From trestle to bridge to "rathole."
The big truck bash. By Edward C. Steinberg.- 84
Including pointers on how to lengthen or shorten a tractor.
Two track plans for an L-shaped space. By Ed Vondrak. 88
Choose the one you prefer.
Denis Mueller's D&S RR. By Don Coppola. 90
A seaport-to-interchange layout.
Russians and Yellow Jackets. By Thomas D. Dressler. 94
Two steam locomotives of the Dixie Line.
The Sierra Grande & Western RR. By Dale Olafson. 98
Club-size home layout began as a road racing track.
Build the blinker. By Keith Gutierrez. - 102
A simple circuit with many model railroad applications.
Build a modern block of stores. By Walter R. Olsen. 108
A sandwich method of building sturdy walls.
Concrete structures for model railroads. By Phillip P. Page. Jr.116
Doing things the way the prototype does it.
Keeping track. By Eric Lundberg. - 118
Signs on the layout will remind you of work to be done.
Prototype data and drawings:
Bridgton & Saco River RR. tank car. - 61
Alco's RS-3. - 79
PRR's welding shop at Sodus Point, N. Y. 89
A Whitcomb industrial locomotive. 114
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