Model Railroader Magazine 1978 July 3 Kitbash projects Ore car Log flatcar Coali
Model Railroader Magazine 1978 July 3 Kitbash projects Ore car Log flatcar Coali

Model Railroader Magazine 1978 July 3 Kitbash projects Ore car Log flatcar Coali

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Model Railroader   July 1978   Vol 45 No 7
CONTENTS
Operating a small layout. By Don Myatt.  54
Three operators can be kept busy on this 6x8-foot railroad.
Building an old-time ore car. By Karl D. Naffin.  58
Using material left over from a previous project.
How to build a log flatcar. By Louis J. Runtz.     60
Scratchbuild log bunkers and modify a kitbuilt flatcar.
Kitbashing a coaling station. By Victor D. Heywood.   64
A facility that won't be like the one on everybody else's railroad.
Pacific evolution. By Ralph Marcus.  68
Or, How to build your favorite steam locomotive the hard way.
The Ohio Southern RR. By Jim Hediger.  70
A point-to-point system that was developed for prototypic operation.
Window dressings and seasoned sidings. By Pat Ford.- - - - 78
Tips on how to individualize wood and plastic structures.
Make your own miniature connectors. By George F. Peters. - - - 81
I found a way to build my own connectors inexpensively.
Safety messages for your cabooses. By George Drury.  82
A model railroad should be accident-free.
The Northern Allen Park Lines. By Jim Hediger.  86
A conservatively designed layout with wide curves and neat scenery.
Iry Schulz's Church & Church Lumber Co.  91
The Model of the Month Award.
How to simulate a rotating beacon. By John Decker.  92
The circuit was developed to operate a lighthouse beacon.
The possibilities of the live diesel-electric. By Charles F. Rakiecz Jr.   95
Would you believe a .020 two-cycle diesel engine?
Those old magazines can help you. By Lloyd Berger.  101
Collecting them can be a hobby in itself.
The laziest model railroader who ever lived. By Rick Tipton.- - 104
A dubious tale unfit for the instruction of young people.
It ain't prototypic. By George Drury.  106
Four photos of prototype oddities.
Prototype data and drawings:
GTW's depot at Walled Lake, Mich.  80
PRR 85-ton quintuple-hopper car.   84
Bangor & Aroostook insulated boxcar.  84
Prototype oddities    106 - 109



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