Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1990 February MLW RS18 Scratchbuilding structu
Railroad Model Craftsman 1990 February
6 Notes on an Old Timetable
Editorial-Harold H. Carstens 8 Safety Valve
Letters from our readers
26 Dispatchers report Product and industry news
42 RMC Timetable Scheduled events and notices 98 Test Track
120 Collector Consist -An NW2 odyssey by Keith Wills
122 Company Photographer
-Rainbows in the mist
by Dwayne Easterling
124 Editors Notebook Commentary-William C. Schaumburg
127 Classified Advertising
128 Exchange Place
Non-commercial listings 128 Dealer Directory
Recommended hobby dealers 136 Advertising Index
52 Perspective: Interurban freight by William C. Schaumburg Freight operations were an interesting part of the electric railroading scene.
78 The Pennsylvania Northern R.R. by Dave Messer
Set in the early 1950's, this beautiful HO railroad was a fictional bridge line between the PRR and the New Haven.
54 RMC/Dremel Kitbashing Award: Kitbashing a railroad tugboat by Phil Chiavetta
Built from a pair of Lindberg models, this HO tug captures the look of a New York Central tugboat.
65 A first scratchbuilding project by Jim Wild
This corrugated warehouse is a great project for learning the basics of scratchbuilding.
85 Wild water and furious fjords by Carla Black
What do you get when you mix gelatin, food coloring, glitter and tub caulk? You could end up with a sickening mess, or you could follow the recipe in this article for an interesting solution to an old scenery problem.
88 Modeling a Reading Co. water tank by Jerry Strangarity The author explains step-by-step how to construct a model of a Reading water tank with a brick base.
92 Paint as a detail by Bill Gerraci
A good paint job can go a long way towards enhancing a model's appearance.
60 The RS18: A Canadian success story by Bram Bailey Montreal Locomotive Works' RS18 proved to be a popular and durable locomotive in Canada.
72 MDT metamorphosis Part Il by David Lambert
Our series on the NHIX 900-series reefers concludes with a look at their history following their service on the Northern Pacific.
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