Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1989 July Indiana Jones Last crusade Circus Tr
Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1989 July Indiana Jones Last crusade Circus Tr

Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1989 July Indiana Jones Last crusade Circus Tr

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Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1989 July Indiana Jones Last crusade Circus Tr
Railroad Model Craftsman 1989 July
6 Notes on an Old Timetable
Editorial-Harold H. Carstens
8 Safety Valve
Letters from our readers
2 Dispatchers report
Product and industry news
34 Railbooks
Book news and reviews
42 RMC Timetable
Scheduled events and notices
90 Test Track
Product reviews
102 Collector Consist
-The Eastern Railroad: The forgotten layout by John Blakes
106 Company Photographer
-A fog machine by Dwayne Easterling
109 Editors Notebook
C. Schaumburg
111 Classified Advertising
Commercial listings
112 Exchange Place
Non-commercial listings
113 Dealer Directory
Recommended hobby dealers
120 Advertising Index
Special features
48 Perspective: The tractor unloader by Jim Panza
Modeling this industrial siding doesn't require building any structures.
66 Super-scale narrow gauge: California's Redwood Valley Railway by Ted Wurm
In the hills behind Berkeley is an operating 15" gauge model railroad that you can ride.
87 Fairmont Junction on the Virginian Northern by Christian Day
The author designed this operations oriented layout to fit a modest space and includes ideas on building scenery and choosing model structures for the layout.
50 The Dunn & Duffy Circus train-Hollywood hits the rails by Jack Rice
A chance encounter with the filming of Indiana Jones' Last Crusade led to the modeling of this movie circus train.
57 Modeling a Nickel Plate RSD12 and bay window caboose by William Baker
A few simple additions can spruce up a ready-to-run model.
72 RMC/Dremel Kitbashing Award: Kitbashing a Multi-story factory by Thomas Rimer
Five HO machine shop kits were combined to produce an interesting looking building to fill in an odd-shaped lot on the author's layout.
73 Painting and weathering hot metal cars by Hal Kaitau
Often seen around steel mills, these cars make interesting models.
79 N scale niche: Modeling the depot at Inman, Kansas by Loren Neufeld
Here's a step-by-step scratchbuilding project of a small-town depot.
85 Protofile 53: 40-foot Erie Lackawanna boxcar by Terry Stuart
A Front Range 40-foot ACF welded boxcar kit, some details, paint and a little time are all that is needed for this project.
56 PRR steam crane coaling dock text and drawings by Chuck Yungkurth
When not in use, the Pennsy's steam crane at Elmira, N.Y., was parked next to this coal loading facility for easy fueling.
60 Trailer Train's spine cars by Jim Panza with drawings by Bruce Keating
This single-stack, articulated car consists of five units.
78 CN's business car No. 44 text and drawings by Julian Cavalier
This 50-foot car was built for the Grand Trunk Pacific in 1910.

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