Model Railroader Magazine 1985 March Model prairie grass Operating night on Milw
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Model Railroader March 1985 Vol 52 Vol 3
62 Modeling tall prairie grassBy Eric Bronsky
Using fake fur for grass soft-shell scenery makes flat terrain come alive
68 Closeup: Flanger signsBy Gordon Odegard
For warning snow-removal crews of obstructions ahead
69 Gambol, Whaite & Hope: A kitmingled industryBy Art Curren
Two identical kits yielded this versatile HO structure
74 Pennsy water tank in Orleans, N.Y.By Harold Russell
Harold Russell drawings. of a 40,000-gallon tank
76 Operating night on the MR&TBy Andy Sperandeo
Running MODEL RAILROADER'S own HO railroad
82 Winners of our eighth color photography contest
A Dean Foster snow scene took this year's first prize
88 Modeling a campfireBy D. Derek Verner
How to create the illusion of a burning fire
90 Model railroad in a cornerBy Glenn Lehman
Our Young Author Contest second-place winner's layout
92 The C/MRI: A computer/model railroad interfaceBy Bruce Chubb
Part 2: Building the Universal Bus Extender Card
104 Scratchbuild a fleetBy Garry F. Cerrone
If you have water on your layout, rowboats are a natural
106 Paint shop: New Canadian grain carsBy David Steer
HO cylindrical hoppers with dry-transfer lettering
112 Used cars for your railroad By Jim Hediger
An easy way to add to your home-road car fleet
114 Grant 4-4-0 of 1873 By Chris MacKay
Berne Danielsen drawings of an early standard locomotive design
116 Club news: Beginner's meetsBy Jim Hediger
Tips for running 1-day meets that help promote the hobby
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74 Pennsy water tank in Orleans, N. Y.
114 Grant standard 4-4-0 of 1873
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