Model Railroader Magazine 1980 October Modeling Soo Lines GP22 & flatcars Coalin
Model Railroader Magazine 1980 October Modeling Soo Lines GP22 & flatcars Coalin

Model Railroader Magazine 1980 October Modeling Soo Lines GP22 & flatcars Coalin

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Model Railroader Magazine 1980 October Modeling Soo Lines GP22 & flatcars Coalin
 
Model Railroader   October 1980   Vol 47 No 10
CONTENTS
66 John Berman's San Juan & Northern Ry.By Bob Hegge
A dandy On3 short line that connects with the prototype D&RGW
71 The Erie RR's Overbrook depotBy Art Curren
After kit building and kitmingling? Semiscratchbuilding, of course
74 A trio of narrow gauge dieselsBy Jim Eakin
Easy conversions of standard HO locomotives to typical narrow gauge units
78 Building a T. W. Snow 25-ton coaling towerBy Jim Findley
Here's a distinctive steel structure with a cylindrical bunker
83 Ron Ford's Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul water car
The Model of the Month award
84 GE 45-ton diesel-electric switcherBy Gordon Odegard
This model was suited to light railroad and industrial applications
86 Build a Soo Line flatcar and transformer loadBy Rick Johnson
This project involves some kitbashing and some scratchbuilding
90 Soo Line flatcars and RTE-ASEA transformersBy Rick Johnson
Flexibility is the key to moving out this high-tonnage equipment
94 Kitbashing Soo Line's GP22By Jim Kelly
A one-of-a-kind locomotive kitbashed by a prototype railroad
98 Prototype diesel cab project:By P. D. Custer Jr.
Maybe that part ought to 2 read 'parts 2 and 3"
100 Lengthening MDC's Overton passenger carsBy Al Turner
Tips for combining a pair of these models to produce cars of the 1870s
102 Log cabin depotBy Ron Williams
Scratchbuilding a rustic station
107 TurnoutsBy Jim Kelly
The basics of understanding and troubleshooting these model switches
110 The Ontario Central Ry.By Bram Bailey
A free-lanced railroad that captures the feel of railroading in the far north
114 Hornby HobbiesBy Andy Sperandeo
A Trade Topics report: MR visits the manufacturer of Zero 1
121 Deluxe HobbybenchBy Russ Larson
An attractive and functional place to build models

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