Model Railroader Magazine 1984 February Build a styrene caboose Computerized tra
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Model Railroader February 1984 Vol 51 No 2
58 The Maryland &Susquehanna HO RRBy Bill Robertson
A colorful HO scale short line
64 All aboard: Quick weathering with chalksBy Don Mitchell
An inexpensive way to make your equipment look more like the real thing
66 Building a caboose in styreneBy Al Turner
With drawings of the D&RGW's distinctive Type III shortie
72 A computerized traffic generatorBy Bob Fink
A practical computer application for those of you who enjoy operation
77 Allan N. Houghton's 2-foot-gauge SR&RL caboose in 1/2" scale
The Model of the Month award
78 Challenger, a more detailed lookBy Al Kalbfleisch
Upgrading a plastic HO steam locomotive
82 Trailer Train bulkhead flatcarBy Andy Sperandeo
Don McCloskey drawings of this modern, multipurpose flatcar
84 Kitbash a Trailer Train bulkhead carBy G. Warren Reed
Stretching and redetailing MDC's HO model
86 Six buildings from threeBy Earl Smallshaw
Techniques for making your Magnuson buildings go farther
88 Winners of MR's seventh annual color photography contest
This year's winning photo features an Nn3 scene!
90 Track for the San Juan CentralBy Malcolm Furlow
With tips for making an HOn3 layout that's derailment-free
96 Symposium on electronics`By Don Hansen
Featuring diesel sound and a diesel horn
100 The Milwaukee & Sheboygan RR rebornBy Les Wilbert
Nearly a half-century of model railroad fun is built into this O gauge system
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70 D&RGW eight-wheel Type Ill "shortie" caboose
82 Trailer Train bulkhead flatcar
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