Model Railroader Magazine 1990 November New decade on UTah Belt MoPac pass train
Model Railroader Magazine 1990 November New decade on UTah Belt MoPac pass train

Model Railroader Magazine 1990 November New decade on UTah Belt MoPac pass train

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Model Railroader Magazine 1990 November New decade on UTah Belt MoPac pass train
 
Model Railroader   November 1990   Vol 57 No 11
CONTENTS
A new decade on the Utah Belt . . . . . . . 82
An HO railroad moves into the nineties - ERIC BROOMAN
Pete McCorkell's HO bascule lift bridge. . . . 87
The Model of the Month Award
Fiber optics in model railroading. . . . . . 88
Christmas lights are a source for special effectsLEE VANDE VISSE
MoPac secondary passenger train of the fifties. . 92
Modeling a Geep-powered heavyweight consist in HO - JIM OGDEN
MR visits Allied Model Trains . . . . . . . 100
A hobby shop in a replica of Los Angeles Union Station -JIM HEDIGER
Roll out the barrel.......... 103
Make scale barrels or drums with aluminum sheet - MICHAEL TYLICK
The Mosquito Module. . . . . . . . . 113
A lightweight module with strength to spareGORDON D. JOMINI
Modeling SP semitrailers for 1950s service. . . 116
An Athearn model is the basis for these trailers - ROBERT SMAUS
Modifying Athearn's 24-foot trailers120
Other techniques for increasing your trucking fleet - ART CURREN
Concrete streets from styrene sheets 122
As simple as cut, scribe, and glueLOU SASSI
Lineside sheds 124
Modern-day railroading still sees these in use - JORY S. TETZLAFF
Symposium on electronics 126
The future of model railroad electronics -JOHN S. ATKINSON
Weathering powder factory and storage 130
Easy way to make and store chalk weathering power - JEFF JOHNSTON
Bishop's crook station lamps   132
Easy-to-build HO working lights for your layout - BILL ROOKE
The Mudrock Valley Ry134
An HO system around the walls of a utility room - KEN MURDOCK
Freight car graffiti  138
Duplicate the chalk messages scrawled on prototypes - LOU SASSI
Train day in "sticky number room"  140
Sharing model railroading with some preschoolersMIKE MATEJKA
Paint shop: Eagle colors for Geeps and heavyweights 168
Painting a Missouri Pacific passenger train - JIM OGDEN
PROTOTYPE DATA AND DRAWINGS
Missouri Pacific passenger train colors168

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