Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1990 January Weatheriong basics Model LNE Boxc
Railroad Model Craftsman 1990 January
6 Notes on an Old Timetable
Editorial-Harold H. Carstens
7 Safety Valve
Letters from our readers
18 Dispatchers report
Product and industry news
38 RMC Timetable
Scheduled events and notices
103 Test Track
120 Collector Consist
-Varney O scale Ten wheeler by Keith Wills
124 Editors Notebook
Commentary-William C. Schaumburg
127 Classified Advertising
128 Exchange Place
129 Dealer Directory
Recommended hobby dealers
136 Advertising Index
54 Perspective: Nature is not monotone by Dwayne Easterling
There is an infinite variety of color in the world of nature and to model scenery effectively, these subtle differences should not be overlooked.
64 The Wickerbilt Railroad by Carla Black
RMC contributor Carla Black shares a look at her railroad with us, along with some insights on modeling from a women's perspective.
95 Around the walls but under the wire by David Frost
This basement-sized HO layout is based on the CN's electric line out of Montreal.
61 Blue flags by John Roberts
A small detail, they are none-the-less an important part of railroading and they can be easily modeled.
72 Kitbashing city buildings by Bob Boudreau
These two buildings can be the start of your layout's commercial center.
77 Weathering with and without an airbrush by David Bontrager
There are a number of methods that yield good results when it comes to weathering models.
93 Winter trees by Ernest Gery
Good looking leafless trees are not hard to make.
84 RMC/Dremel Kitbashing Award: Modeling a Canadian Pacific RS18 by Al Crisp
An Atlas RS11 can be modified into a Canadian RS18.
89 Carpak: Modeling Lehigh & New England boxcars by Jim Hertzog
Four different HO scale cars are featured in this kitbashing and detailing article.
56 MDT metamorphosis Part I by David Lambert with drawings by Nelson McCormick
The NHIX 900-series ice reefers were the most sophisticated cars of their type. Although their life span as reefers was less than ten years, through rebuilding they continued in service.
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