Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1985 October Eye level photography Frt cars St
Railroad Model Craftsman 1985 October
6 Notes on an Old Timetable
Editorial-Harold H. Carstens
7 Safety Valve
Letters from our readers
18 Dispatchers Report
Product and industry news
30 RMC Timetable
Scheduled events and notices
88 Test Track
100 Collector Consist
-For the love of trains Part II
104 Editors Notebook
Commentary-William C. Schaumburg
110 Classified Advertising
112 Exchange Place
113 Dealer Directory
Recommended hobby dealers
121 Advertising Index
50 Perspective: The Big Hook by Dave Lustig
A look at railroad cranes and how they're used.
64 Steam from kits: Part ll by John Swanson
John Swanson continues to share his modeling skills as he explains how to finish up the Mallet model started last month.
68 Eye level photography by Jim Fite
Here is a device that will allow you to take realistic pictures of your models.
84 RMCIRoundhouse Products Build a Shay Contest winners
After sifting through the many fine entries, we've chosen our ten winning models.
52 RMCIDremel Kitbashing Award: Roger Steadman's 10-Pack on the Santa Fe by Don Mitchell
Keeping the La Mesa Model Railroad Club up-to-date meant building an HO model of the Santa Fe's 10-Pack fuel foiler cars.
59 Upgrading Canadian Pacific GPIs and GP9s by J. D. Charts Gendron
Here is how to kitbash one of the CP's chopped nosed Geeps.
72 Three tank car kitbashes by Jim Slaughter
Using two different style Athearn tank cars, Jim Slaughter shows how you can kitbash several variations.
77 The Arapahoe & Bear Creek Railroad by John Lowrance and Miles Hale
RMC takes one last look at a long time modeler and his layout.
81 Modeling with paper: Semless Jewelers by Joel Earnest
A sharp knife is a must for this project.
57 Lehigh & New England scale house by Joe Yurko with drawings by Julian Cavalier
This building stood in the L&NE's yard at Hauto, Pennsylvania.
62 UP chair car by Chris D'Amato with drawings by Julian Cavalier
In 1936, the UP launched the Challenger, an economy luxury train consisting mainly of rebuilt heavyweight cars. Here are plans for one of the chair cars.
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