Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1991 July Modeling UP C307 DL&W Milk cars
Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1991 July Modeling UP C307 DL&W Milk cars

Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1991 July Modeling UP C307 DL&W Milk cars

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Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1991 July Modeling UP C307 DL&W Milk cars
Railroad Model Craftsman 1991 July
6 Notes on an Old Timetable
Editorial-Harold H. Carstens
8 Safety Valve
Letters from our readers
16 Dispatchers report
Product and industry news
33 Railbooks
Book news and reviews
36 RMC Timetable
Scheduled events and notices
86 Test Track
Product reviews
108 Collector Consist
-Colorful cardboard by Keith Wills
110 Editors Notebook
Commentary-William C. Schaumburg
113 Classified Advertising
Commercial listings
114 Exchange Place
Non-commercial listings
115 Dealer Directory
Recommended hobby dealers
121 Advertising Index
Special features
46 Perspective: Planning home towns on the prairie by Charles Bohi and Les Kozma
Many towns on the prairies were carefully developed by the railroads that served them.
48 The Granite Mountain Railway-Part Ill by Doug Geiger and Bruce Nall
The construction of the railroad is discussed, and the author shares some thoughts on building a large layout in our concluding look at this
HO/H0n3 model railroad.
72 Building a garden railway Pt. Il by Christopher P D'Amato
This month's installment examines the construction of the railroad and offers some ideas on modeling outdoors.
82 Boomer trail
RMC presents photos from its readers.
54 Modeling a UP C30-7 by John Morley
A Rail Power Products shell and an Athearn frame were used to build this HO model.
82 RMC/Dremel Kitbash Award: DL&W milk car by R. L. Recordon
An Athearn 50-foot express reefer is the basis for this HO kitbash.
68 Building two small NATX tank cars Pt. II by Alan Mende
Alan Mende covers building the three dome tank car.
80 Keeping them running by Jack Burgess
Here are some ideas on how to keep things operating smoothly.
59 The DL&W's 42-foot milk cars by R. L. Recordon with drawings by Eric Neubauer
Although they had many variations, these were the Lackawanna's standard milk cars.
65 The Palm Springs station by John Signor
Built in the 1930's, this small stucco station served the many rich and famous passengers who once rode Santa Fe's name trains to this popular desert resort town.

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