Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1994 August Kitbash Steel gons Trestle buildin
Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1994 August Kitbash Steel gons Trestle buildin

Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1994 August Kitbash Steel gons Trestle buildin

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Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 1994 August Kitbash Steel gons Trestle buildin
Railroad Model Craftsman 1994 August
6 Notes on an Old Timetable Editorial-Harold H. Carstens
7 Safety Valve
Letters from our readers
14 Dispatchers Report Product and industry news 21 Railbooks
Book news and reviews
30 RMC Timetable Scheduled events and notices
86 Test Track
Product reviews
108 Collector Consist Paper perspective by Keith Wills
110 Editors Notebook Commentary-William C. Schaumburg
114 Classified Advertising
Commercial listings
114 Exchange Place
Non-commercial listings
115 Dealer Directory Recommended hobby dealers
121 Advertising Index
Special features
48 Perspective: So you want to run a circus train? by Art Danz Special movements like a circus train require careful planning and keep operators and train crews on their toes.
50 Doug Mills' B&O first subdivision Brunswick, Maryland by Dallas Mallerich
Brunswick, Maryland, circa the 1950's, is the setting for this large N scale layout, which features a working hump yard and a large engine servicing facility that is presently under construction.
66 Model railroading outdoors on the Cranis Garden Rwy. by Herb Chaudiere
Big trains, large sweeping curves and natural scenery make garden railroading fun.
75 Layout planning from the prototype: the D&RGW-Pt. Il by Eric Lundberg
This month the author explains how he converted his interest in the D&RGW into a trackplan for a large, multi-level HO scale layout.
55 The RS10: prototype and model by Ken Goslett and Al Crisp Unique to Canada, this engine can be kitbashed using an Atlas RS11.
60 My trials and triumphs over trestle building by Jim Vail
No matter what the scale, the process of designing, building and installing a trestle is the same.
73 RMC/Dremel Kitbashing Award: Kitbashing a 50-foot bulkheac flat by Al Wellman
A pair of Athearn 40-foot cars were spliced together on a 50-foot underframe to model a Maine Central pulpwood car.
71 Duplicating prototype signs using a computer by Jack Burgess
Computer graphics programs can be used for model railroading.
83 Modeling D&H's steel gondolas by John Nehrich
By cutting down the height of a Tyco car and replacing the cast-on details and the underframe, the author was able to model a D&H gondola from the 1940's.
64 Fish Creek Bridge by William C. Schaumburg
This bridge was on the SP narrow gauge outside of Laws, California.
81 D&H 41-foot gondola text and drawings by Charles Yungkurth
Built in the 1940's a few of these cars have survived into the 1990's

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