Narrow Gauge & Short Line Gazette 2000 May June BC&G Motor Car B
Narrow Gauge & Short Line Gazette
2000 May June 106 Pages
34Empire Mine 30-Inch Gauge
by Tim Stolle
66Buffalo Creek & Gauley Railroad
Motor Car B
by Gary Caviglia
73East Broad Top and Coal Company
Basic Flatcar with Gondola and Coal Car Adaptations
by Robert F. Schlechter
81Ohio River & Western Gondola 215
by Edward H. Cass
88East Tennessee & Western
North Carolina 3-Foot Gauge Trailer Car and Load
by Vince Ryan
12 New in Review
91Gallery - Models by John Ahern
96 Book and Video Reviews
20An Aerial Tram for the Long Island Model Railroad Engineers
Had to have one.
by Al Sohl, Jr.
30A Freelanced 1:20.3 Motor Car
Three is enough.
by Gordon North
36Notes from Tim's Workbench
Making a Versatile Universal Joint by Tim Galgerud
41Route to the Redwoods: The HOn3 North Pacific Coast
Narrow Gauge and Its Subsidiary, The Buckhorn
Logging Co., Part 20
An Interlude - Re-Gauging a Bachmann On30 Porter to On3 - "Wider is Better" by Boone Morrison
45Bob Hazard's Marvelous Buildings
More Photos of the HO Gauge Grabbitt Tie & Lumber Company by Bill Miller, MMR
49Rough Times - An HO Model of the Virginia & Truckee Railroad
in the Final Years of the Comstock
by Mike Laine
52Sagebrush and Junipers -
A Journey Through Diablo Canyon by Paul Scoles
58The Narrow Gauge Scene
An Excursion Over the Narrow Gauge Circle in 1947, Part 2 by Charlie Getz
62Bill Fleisher's 0/0n3 Three Level Denver & Rio Grande Western
A Layout Built to Operate
by Clayton Barry
70Up Clear Creek on the Narrow Gauge, Part 119
Bits and Pieces
by Harry Brunk
74Rotary Snowplows of the Colorado Narrow Gauges, Part 4
The Rotaries of the Denver, South Park & Pacific; the Denver. Leadville & Gunnison; and the Colorado & Southern Narrow Gauge Lines
by Mallory Hope Ferrell
84Modeling Men and Women of the American Railroad Scene
by Tom O'Hara
87Building an East Tennessee & Western North Carolina Trailer Car
Ye olde piggy back.
by Jim Vail, MMR
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