Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1989 September Rebuilt USRA Boxcars NCNG #9 dr
Railroad Model Craftsman 1989 September
6 Notes on an Old Timetable
Editorial-Harold H. Carstens
7 Safety Valve
Letters from our readers
20 Dispatchers report
Product and industry news
33 RMC Timetable
Scheduled events and notices
90 Test Track
104 Collector Consist
-American Hornby by Keith Wills
106 Company Photographer
-Quick and easy title slides by Mike Brestel
109 Editors Notebook
Commentary-William C. Schaumburg
110 Classified Advertising
112 Exchange Place
112 Dealer Directory
Recommended hobby dealers
120 Advertising Index
46 Perspective: Something from nothing by William C. Schaumburg
Even if you don't see a train, a visit to a railroad can still yield insights for modeling.
53 Steel-side USRA rebuilds Part I by Martin Lofton
In this first installment we present a survey of prototype USRA double-sheathed boxcar rebuilding programs.
66 NCNG memories by Al Phelps
A look back at the Nevada County Narrow Gauge and their Baldwin Consolidation No. 9.
72 Modeling the Middletown & Unionville and Middletown & New Jersey by Christopher D'Amato and Allen McClelland
This month Allen McClelland and Jim Slaughter have teamed up with us as we present two different trackplans: one set on the M&U in 1940 and the other set on today's M&NJ. Along with the trackplans is a discussion of the design criteria and modeling possibilities.
48 The St. Clair & South Park by Gary Schmauch with Roger Malinowski
In addition to offering the advantage of size, modeling in Sn3 has also brought the author the fellowship of other Sn3 modelers.
68 Simulating peeled paint with pastels by Dwayne Easterling
This technique is especially suited for background models.
70 RMCIDremel Kitbashing Award: Kitbashing a Schnabel-type car by Jeff Coleman
This HO car was built using a highway truck.
86 Modeling a rebuilt Missouri Pacific U23B by G. J. Michels, Jr.
Among the changes made to this model was the addition of an EMD cab.
62 Notes on NCNG No. 9 by Herman Darr
Built for the N-C-O, this Baldwin 2-8-0 also saw service on the SP, NCNG and U.S. Navy railroads.
81 The M&NJ's Slate Hill station by Christopher P. D'Amato with drawings by Julian Cavalier
This little depot lasted for over 100 years.
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