N Scale Magazine 2003 March April Louisville Union Station Realistic Trees
N Scale Magazine 2003 March April Louisville Union Station Realistic Trees

N Scale Magazine 2003 March April Louisville Union Station Realistic Trees

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N Scale Magazine 2003 March April Louisville Union Station Realistic Trees
 
N Scale Magazine 2003 March April Louisville Union Station
86 Pages
Louisville Union Station
A massive structure in N by Paul J. Downs
By the Tracks
Where city kids go to play by John Gerdes
of California Freight and Detail
Vehicle Buildings
A scratchbuilt structure by Mark W. Runyan
Electronics Workshop
Lamp Power by Bob Kendall
The Abingdon Project
The Depot, Part I - the roof by Robert L. Hundman
Diesel Dirt
Using a detective's tool for weathering
by Ted Wyskida
Realistic Trees - Part I
Eastern cottonwood, Gray poplar, and Sassafras
Covered Hoppers
More adventures in detailing by Steve Holzheimer
Drop-in Street Scenes
How to make removeable urban scenery
by Edmund Schultz
Tie Replacement Train
Part I - A work train for your railroad by Dean Daughenbaug
Photos by Bill Parks and Mike Busch
HSA&SE Railroad
Another good layout

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