Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1987 October Logging incline Detail LNE FA1 VA
Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1987 October Logging incline Detail LNE FA1 VA

Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1987 October Logging incline Detail LNE FA1 VA

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Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1987 October Logging incline Detail LNE FA1 VA
Railroad Model Craftsman 1987 October
6 Notes on an Old Timetable
Editorial-Harold H. Carstens
7 Safety Valve
Letters from our readers
16 Dispatchers report
Product and industry news
32 RMC Timetable
Scheduled events and notices
91 Test Track
Product reviews
110 Collector Consist
-The pioneers: Louis Hertz Pt.II by Keith Wills
113 Editors Notebook
Commentary-William C. Schaumburg
118 Classified Advertising
Commercial listings
120 Dealer Directory
Recommended hobby dealers
119 Exchange Place
Non-commercial listings
129 Advertising Index
Special features
48 Perspective: Hoods on passenger trains by Dave Lustig
By the mid-1960s, streamlined diesels were being replaced by work-a-day geeps on passenger trains.
56 Riding the Clinch River Railroad by Larry Smith
All aboard for a ride through the backwoods of Virginia on this little HOn3 railroad.
52 Building a helix by Jim Wild and Dwayne Easterling
With photos and step-by-step instructions, the authors explain how you can use, design and build a helix for your railroad.
60 Solvent forming styrene by Wayne Wesolowski
Here is a method for bending styrene.
70 Two uses for old ties by Joel Earnest
Based on Southern Pacific prototypes, these models of a loading ramp and a maintenance shed were built with ties.
72 Detailing an LNE FA1 by Jim Hertzog
A Model Power FA, paint and a variety of detail parts are among the items needed to capture the feel of the Lehigh & New England's road power.
75 N scale niche: Working caboose marker by Ken Estes
With the installation of a small, battery operated rear light you can add an extra bit of realism to your trians.
78 A touch of gingerbread: The Kennebec Central's Randolph depot by Peter Barney
Built in the 1890s for one of Maine's two-foot gauge railroads, this quaint looking depot featured a tower. Peter Barney provides both scale plans and instructions on how to model this beauty.
86 RMC/Dremel Kitbashing Award: WM hoppers in O scale by Jack Brown
Continuing our CARPAK series, modeler Jack Brown uses Weaver Models two-bay hoppers to kitbash four different Western Maryland cars.
61 The incline at Incline by Jack Burgess
This month we'll look at the incline railway used by the Yosemite Valley to move logs down to their tracks.

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