Model Railroader Magazine 2011 July Moving Coal How to airbrush Decal a diesel
Model Railroader 2011 July 94 pages
24 Workshop Tips: Using electrical connectors
Connectors make layout wiring easier by Jim Hediger
41 How to wire a layout for two-train operation
Cab-control wiring works for simple and complex layouts by Neil Besougloff
44 Adding DCC power districts
Tips and advice for routing track power on a DCC layout by Paul J. Dolkos
COVER STORY: APPALACHIAN LAYOUT
34 C&0 coal country in a spare room C0
Mines with working loaders highlight this N scale railroad by Lou Sassi / Online bonus
TRACKSIDE STRUCTURE KITBASH CONTEST: 1ST PLACE WINNER
50 Build a diesel shop
Kitbashing a realistic enginehouse, part 1: exterior and roof by Jim Richards
56 Model a rocky creek
Debris deposited by snowmelt makes this scene realistic by Horst Meier
59 Standard stations for small towns
This 1905 wood depot would fit many model railroads by Steve Hunter ? Online bonus
64 The Sacramento Modular Railroaders
An HO scale club known for its one-day operating sessions by Tom Campbell
80 Trackside Photos
by Steven Otte
6 On The Web
The latest features on our website by Dana Kawala
8 From the Editor
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