Model Railroader Magazine 1995 May HO Chemical plant Weathering Trees O scale st
Model Railroader 1995 May
OUR COVER STORY
The HO scale PUFFER64
By Seth Puffer
Answering the call for a smaller, yet highly detailed layout
Burlington GP7s in black and red 70 By Sam S. Melnick
Atlas N scale Geeps painted and detailed for the "Q"
Kitbashing the Arrowmattic
Chemical complex in HO scale74
By Art Curren
Take off the legs and make the Walthers mine kit a factory
MODEL OF THE MONTH
Bob Chapman's HO scale
Baltimore & Ohio caboose82
Trees are models too83
By Robert Hamm
Introducing the "Tree Group" and a series on modeling great-looking trees
TREES ARE MODELS TOO: PART 1
In pursuit of better model trees 84 By Robert Hamm
Update on the New England, Berkshire & Western88
By John Nehrich
Improved scenery and operations
The Esquimault & Nanaimo Ry. Qualicum Beach station95
By Patrick Lawson
By George Hall
A field trip to John Coots' layout
Adventures in real estate102
By Lou Sassi
Improving a Classic Miniatures kit
BASIC MODEL RAILROADING
Get started in weathering104
By Keith Thompson
Using chalks and drybrushing
Build an 0 scale streetcar106
By Michael Tylick
Useful wood carbuilding techniques for any scale
Traction test stand113
By Jeff Johnston
Build this handy device for measuring drawbar pull
Norm Stenzel's Brandywine & Benedictine RR114
By Lou Sassi
Pusher engines attack the hill on this HO coal hauler
Using sound chips118
Paint a late-1800s steam locomotive144
By Donald L. Ball
With Russian iron and brass trim
Along the Line178
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