Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1991 October TTX spine cars Scenic sound L&BR
Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1991 October TTX spine cars Scenic sound L&BR

Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1991 October TTX spine cars Scenic sound L&BR

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Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1991 October TTX spine cars Scenic sound L&BR
Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine October 1991
Special features
52 Perspective: Learning from a tourist road by Dwayne Easterling
For modelers, tourist railroads are a good place to go to get firsthand experience with steam operations and older railway equipment.
81 An RMC project layout: The Lowville & Beaver River R.R. by Jeff Paston
We begin our series on building an HO model railroad based on the Lowville & Beaver River by taking a look at the prototype and devising a trackplan.
54 Urban renewal-interchangeable buildings for your layout by Phil Chiavetta with Frank DeBonis
For variety's sake, modelers often change the rolling stock on their layouts. There is no reason that the same thing can't be done with the buildings, too.
58 Modeling CNJ F3's by Alan Mende
Following the lead of the Anthracite Railroads Historical Society, which repainted a former BAR F3 for the CNJ, the author does the same for his layout using a pair of Stewart Hobbies models.
70 A small handcar shed by Peter Barney
This simple model is based on a shed at Headtide, Maine, on the narrow gauge WW&F. It is an easy first scratchbuilding project.
71 Protofile 62: Modeling a U. S. Leasing Airslidecovered hopper by Charles Derus
This car is the third version of General American Transportation's 2,600 cubic foot Airslidecovered hopper.
89 You've never heard it so good: Making digital recordings for your layout by Dick Roberts
Thanks to modern electronics, it's easy to add scenic sounds to your layout. 93 RMCIDremel Kitbashing Award: Simple m.o.w. boxcar James Haney
This month's winning model is an HO La Belle boxcar kit that has been reworked into an outfit car.
62 Trailer Train's TTAX all-purpose spine cars by Jim Panza with drawings by William Halliar
These lightweight, articulated cars can carry both trailers and containers. 75 Southern Pacific's combination depot by John Signor with drawings by Julian Cavalier
The SP's combination depot style No. 22 was used with minor modifications at a number of locations on the railroad.
In a scene modeled from the prototype, Lowville & Beaver River No. 1947 passes the sandy beach area along Crystal Creek, in New Bremen, N.Y. Starting this month, we'll show how this classic little shortline can be modeled in HO scale. For more on this RMC project layout, see page 81. Photo by William Schaumburg

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