Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1993 January Lehigh Valley milk car plans CN B
Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1993 January Lehigh Valley milk car plans CN B

Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1993 January Lehigh Valley milk car plans CN B

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Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1993 January Lehigh Valley milk car plans CN B
Railroad Model Craftsman 1993 January
6 Notes on an Old Timetable
Editorial-Harold H. Carstens
7 Safety Valve
Letters from our readers
19 Dispatchers report Product and industry news
28 Railbooks
Book news and reviews 34 RMC Timetable
Scheduled events and notices
109 Test Track
Product reviews
140 Collector Consist
Robert Sherman-a rival of AC&F? by Keith Wills
142 Editors Notebook Commentary-Christopher P. D'Amato
145 Classified Advertising Commercial listings
146 Dealer Directory Recommended hobby dealers
147 Exchange Place
Non-commercial listings
153 Advertising Index
Special features
62 Perspective: Then the whole town came out by David C. Lustig Railroads like the Santa Fe made sure that the introduction of its new passenger equipment was a much heralded affair.
64 The branchlines of the Sandric & Lake Superior by Eric Lundberg Set in Colorado, this HO scale layout operates with five different branchlines feeding it traffic.
81 Setting the stage: Part one by Gene Fusco and Randy Ditton Employing some of the techniques used in the theater can help enhance the presentation of your railroad to viewers.
70 Building log cabins by Dwayne Easterling
Log cabins live in the history and lore of the West, and many still survive today. Here is how they can be modeled.
75 Harvesting winter trees by Phil Chiavetta and Frank DeBonis We could call this "Modeling with a shovel", because you'll need one, but don't let that scare you from giving it a try.
84 Milwaukee Road Fairbanks Morse H-12-44 No. 1842 by Art Danz
With a little paint and a few details, the Walthers HO model of the FM H-10-44/H-12-44 can yield a great looking model of an early Milwaukee Road engine.
88 Creating scale artwork using photos by Charles Montgomery If you've got a camera, a calculator and a tape measure, than you can create scale-sized artwork of everything from posters to roadside billboards.
94 RMC /Dremel Kitbashing Award: Kitbashing a CN 557000 series boxcar by Keith Macauley
Following up on the prototype information presented last month, this month the author tells how he kitbashed two HO scale boxcars to make this model of a CN double door, 50-foot boxcar.
87 Big vents by Dean Freytag
Many industrial and mining structures have large vents. They can be easily and inexpensively modeled using household items.
78 Lehigh Valley's "new" milk cars by Dave Lambert, with drawings by Nelson McCormick
The Lehigh Valley's 1125-series class BMR milk cars were unusual in their design. First built in 1924, some of them lasted into the 1960's. 86 SP narrow gauge culvert by Herman Darr
These drawings are of a timber culvert used on the Keeler Branch.
101 The last stand of stock cars in the East by Richard Burg
To handle stock traffic in the 1950's, the PRR and some other eastern lines converted some of their older all-steel boxcars into stock cars by cutting ventilation holes in the sides and ends.

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