Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1991 January GE dash 8-40CW EMD SD60 modeling
Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1991 January GE dash 8-40CW EMD SD60 modeling

Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1991 January GE dash 8-40CW EMD SD60 modeling

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Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1991 January GE dash 8-40CW EMD SD60 modeling
Railroad Model Craftsman 1991 January
6 Notes on an Old Timetable
Editorial-Harold H. Carstens
. 8 Safety Valve
Letters from our readers
18 Dispatchers report
Product and industry news
39 Railbooks
Book news and reviews
44 RMC Timetable
Scheduled events and notices
106 Test Track
Product reviews
132 Collector Consist
-Popular Science Monthly-the model railroader's friend by Keith Wills
134 Editors Notebook
Commentary-William C. Schaumburg
136 Classified Advertising
Commercial listings
139 Exchange Place
Non-commercial listings
138 Dealer Directory
Recommended hobby dealers
145 Advertising Index
Special features
58 Perspective: Headlights-hardly the same by Don Sims
Although diesels locomotive bodies are mass produced, they often differ in appearance when it comes to headlights.
60 The Carolina & Western RR by Jim Saunders
After a visit to a '/4" scale layout, even a tight budget couldn't keep this former HO modeler from joining the ranks of O scalers.
64 RMC/Dremel Kitbashing Award: Upgrading the MDC Shay: Pt. I by Jeff Johnston
A good, inexpensive kit can be made even better with a little work and some additional parts.
70 N scale niche: A small oil dealer by Julian Cavalier
A Life-Like building and tank car bodies were used to create this scene of a small retail industry.
71 Detailing intermodal vans by David Bontrager
As with any modeling project, a close look at the prototype can provide a lot of guidance when it comes to painting and detailing.
77 Steam whistles and drumbeats: The Kootenay River Railfair
and Pow-Wow by Adolf, Okan and Iniskim Hungry Wolf
The Kootenay River's first steam-up coincides with a traditional autumn Indian festival.
86 Build a Milwaukee Road stock car by John Swanson
The Mantua HO scale stock car is a good representation of the Milwaukee's 105000 series cars and can be improved with a few changes.
93 Protofile 60: Soo Line "Super Jumbo PS-2" covered hopper by Douglas Fleming
An Eastern Car works model was used for this project.
95 Scratchbuilding a standard PRR tool house by Thomas Houle
This small trackside building is a good first time scratchbuilding project.
98 Modeling C&NW and CSX SD6O's by William Baker
Here is how to detail the Rail Power Products SD60 shell for these two railroads.
80 The GE Dash 8-40C(W): more than just a wide nose drawings by Eric Neubauer with text by Eric Neubauer and Ken Gosleft
The Dash 8-40C represents a new technology in diesel locomotives and the safety cab version differs noticeably from the standard Dash 8-40C.
88 Warehouses and rails: Part 2-McCracken Van & Storage Co. text and drawings by Harry Bonham
Built in 1928 and located along the tracks in Eugene, Oregon, this warehouse has seen a number of changes over the years.

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