Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1991 September Building LV Cabooses
Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1991 September Building LV Cabooses

Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1991 September Building LV Cabooses

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Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1991 September Building LV Cabooses
 
Railroad Model Craftsman 1991 September
Departments
6 Notes on an Old Timetable
Editorial-Harold H. Carstens 9 Safety Valve
Letters from our readers
14 Dispatchers report Product and industry news 24 Railbooks
Book news and reviews
32 RMC Timetable
Scheduled events and notices 86 Test Track
Product reviews
108 Collector Consist
-Fanny and Dora's International Express 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: Who says? by David C. Lustig
Even the prototype sometimes does things in an "unprototypical" manor.
48 Visiting Steve Strebel's Rio Grande & Pacific by Don Mitchell The setting for this On3 layout stretches from the Rocky Mountains to the Pacific shore.
58 A tour of Scale Models Unlimited by Jack Burgess
The tools and techniques used by professionals to create architectural models are sometimes similar to those used by model railroaders.
Modeling
53 N scale niche: Boxcars for the fun of it by Will Jacobs
Here is how you can mass-produce a fleet of inexpensive freight cars for your layout.
62 A new constant lighting circuit by G. R. Stilwell, Jr.
Using a new voltage regulator chip, it is possible to create simple constant lighting circuits for passenger cars and locomotives.
70 Modeling the Milwaukee Road's SD10 by Art Danz
The Milwaukee Road rebuilt 21 SD7's and SD9's into SD1O's. They can be modeled using Athearn's SD9.
82 RMC/Dremel Kitbashing Award: Kitbashing three Lehigh Valley cabooses by Charles Davis
The MDC three-window, standard wood caboose is the basis for this multi-car kitbashing project.
Prototype
64 Harvesting salt by rail by Ted Wurm with drawings by Charles Yungkurth and Richard Dunn
The San Francisco Bay area is home to some unusual industrial railroads that are used to help harvest salt. These interesting little narrow gauge lines are great modeling subjects.
75 Three Lehigh Valley wood cabooses by Charles Davis and
Charles Yungkurth, with drawings by Charles Yungkurth
These scale plans represent three types of eight-wheel wood cabooses that served the Lehigh Valley for a number of years.


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