Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1989 December M&U loco & Cabooses Snow Slush I
Railroad Model Craftsman 1989 December
6 Notes on an Old Timetable
Editorial-Harold H. Carstens
8 Safety Valve
Letters from our readers
22 Dispatchers report
Product and industry news
42 RMC Timetable
Scheduled events and notices
103 Test Track
126 Collector Consist
-Upstairs, downstairs by Keith Wills
128 Editors Notebook
Commentary-William C. Schaumburg
135 Classified Advertising
136 Exchange Place
137 Dealer Directory
Recommended hobby dealers
144 Advertising Index
58 Perspective: The warbonnet returns by Dave Lustig
In an effort to gain the attention of its shippers and to promote its new fast service, Santa Fe has brought back its famous warbonnet paint scheme for use on special trains.
99 Jay Jackler's scenic Lionel layout by Jeff Paston
A combination of Lionel tinplate trains and traditional model railroad scenery make this family layout fun to watch and run.
60 Modeling Susquehanna's "yellow jackets" by Bill Baker
The Susquehanna's yellow and black paint scheme now adorns ex-Burlington Northern SD45's and F45's. Here is how to model them.
64 The Pacific Desert Lines by Don Mitchell
This well scenicked N scale layout fills over 1,500 square feet of space and has over eleven scale miles of track. Incorporated in the layout is a scale model of the San Diego depot and adjacent buildings.
69 Carpak: Modeling Monon's first two-bay covered hoppers by Montford Switzer
With the addition of a few details and some simple modifications, these cars can be easily modeled.
80 Building the snow scene at Straight Creek Pass by Jim Wild and Dwayne Easterling
Just a touch of slush or leftover snow can help set the scene on a late fall or early spring layout.
85 Modeling Magnus Root Beer-An adventure in prototype modeling by Jack Burgess
When the author set out to model Merced, California, as it was in 1939, he discovered a little local history in the process.
90 Kitbashing M&U No. 7 and caboose 51 by John Swanson
This engine and caboose are perfect companions for W Allen McClelland's 1940 trackplan featured in the September issue.
102 RMCIDremel Kitbashing Award: Kitbashing a Factory in N scale by Clifford Yost
A Model Power building is the basis for this kitbashing project.
73 The GE E-166 electric: CN's long lasting boxcabs by Ken Gosleff with drawings by Al Craig
The CN's Zla electrics are 75 years old and still going strong.
93 M&U No. 7 and 51: A short prototype history by Christopher D'Amato
Consolidation No. 7 was the last steam engine owned by the Middletown & Unionville and No. 51 was the last caboose they used.
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