Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 2001 December Model CNR F7 NJ Trransit diesels
Railroad Model Craftsman 2001 December
5 Notes on an Old Timetable Editorial-Harold H. Carstens
6 Safety Valve
Letters from our readers
8 Dispatchers Report Product and industry news 36 Railbooks
Book news and reviews
44 RMC Timetable Scheduled events and notices
99 Test Track
118 Collector Consist
A time machine and a videocam
-by Keith Wills
120 Editors Notebook Commentary-William C. Schaumburg
124 Classified Advertising
124 Exchange Place Non-commercial listings
125 Dealer Directory Recommended hobby dealers
129 Advertising Index
58 Perspective: Discoveries in Echo Canyon by William C. Schaumburg
Modern day and traditional railroading co-exist in Echo Canyon. 60 Scott Lupia's N scale Lackawanna by Don Spiro
From milk trains to concrete stations and soaring viaducts, it's all here.
68 Wreaking havoc on your model railroad by Mark Maynard Here is a way to introduce random delays into your operating sessions
77 Demystifying Command Control by Don Fiehmann
Among the topics covered in the tenth installment in our series are using DCC to operate accessories and interface with your computer
81 Building the South Park Valley Pt. VI: Subroadbed by Miles Hale and John Lowrence, with Fran Hale
With the benchwork done, it is now time to tackle the subroadbed.
87 Producing a custom club car by Roger C. von Seeburg Designing and marketing a quality, custom made car for use as a fund raising item for a club or organization can be a fun project.
70 Modeling early CNR F7's by Mark Sharp
Combine an InterMountain shell with a Life-Like Proto 1000 chassh and the result is a beautiful HO model of a CN green and yellow F-unit. 84 Getting started in Grand Valley by Robert Gross
It's easy to turn Woodland Scenic's "layout in a box" into an operating HO scale model railroad.
88 Casting concrete retaining walls and bridges by David Leider This simple method yields great results.
91 RMC/Dremel Kitbashing Award: Kitbashing an NJ Transit GP4OFH-2 in N scale by Mike Sadovnick and Otto Vondrak This month's winning model was built using parts from both Atlas GP35 and Life-Like F4OPH shells and a Kato Beep chassis.
94 Kitbashing an NJ Transit GP4OFH-2 in HO scale by Frank Cicerc Take a Cannon & Co. cab, add sections from Athearn F45 and FP4f shells, put it all on an Athearn GP40-2 chassis, and you've got the recipe for modeling a NJ Transit commuter engine in HO scale.
66 C&O miner's coach and combine drawings by Julian Cavalier These wood cars were used in an early push-pull service.
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