Model Railroader Magazine 1992 April Operating wig-wag signal Paint Wisc Central
Model Railroader Magazine 1992 April Operating wig-wag signal Paint Wisc Central
Model Railroader Magazine 1992 April Operating wig-wag signal Paint Wisc Central

Model Railroader Magazine 1992 April Operating wig-wag signal Paint Wisc Central

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Model Railroader Magazine 1992 April Operating wig-wag signal Paint Wisc Central
 
Model Railroader 1992 April
BILL OF LADING
The N scale Gilpin Central RR  68
A free-lanced Colorado line that almost had a prototype - JOHN WHITLOCK
Wreck-damaged cars  74
Heavy "weathering" to reproduce the casualties of service - JORY S. TETZLAFF
Amaze your friends with a working wig-wag . .82
Building a brass Magnetic Flagman in HO scale - WOODY LANGLEY
Making rocks at the workbench  89
The joys of rock casting without the mess - BOB HAYDEN
Joseph J. Mezyk Jr.'s HO UP rotary snowplow . .92
The Model of the Month Award
Philadelphia & Reading 4-4-O of the 1890s . . .93
Geissel drawings of a turn-of-the-century passenger locomotive - JIM HEDIGER
Use a passenger car as a station  96
A simple temporary or permanent expedient - GORDON ODEGARD
Fiber-optic streetlights  98
Lighting up an HO scale town with one light bulb - ED GOFF
Whistle posts  100
Signals for highways and stations - GORDON ODEGARD
Herman's Farm Supply  103
An N scale complex built with a variety of techniques - WILL JACOBS
Introduction to resistance soldering  112
This method takes the frustration out of assembling metal - RICK HESEL
An HO layout brings a father and son together . . 116
The MM&SL helped them adjust overseas - CARL LIECHTY
The 0 scale South Shasta Lines   118
Driving the gold spike will culminate a 42-year dream - GODFREY HUMANN
Paint shop: Wisconsin Central SD45 and caboose . 136
Modeling the WC's maroon and yellow scheme - LANCE BURTON
Tips 'n tales from the cab  142
An engineer's experiences switching the diesel shop - VERNON HART
PROTOTYPE DATA AND DRAWINGS
Philadelphia & Reading 4-4-O of the 1890s . . . 93 DEPARTMENTS AND MISCELLANY
Contributing to MR4
MR product news4
Railway post office14
Schedules21
MR product reviews 39 Hobbyshop window 64 At the throttle 67
Trackside photos76
Especially for
beginners89
Model of the month 92 Closeup 100 Trains of thought 120 Student fare 122
Paint shop136
Club news141
Tips 'n tales1A2
MR workshop148
Video library154
Bull session158
Index of advertisers 186

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