Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 2008 January BN along the Puget Sound Working
Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 2008 January BN along the Puget Sound Working

Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 2008 January BN along the Puget Sound Working

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Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 2008 January BN along the Puget Sound Working
Railroad Model Craftsman 2008 January
5 Notes on an Old Timetable Editorial-Harold H. Carstens
6 Safety Valve
Letters from our readers
10 Dispatchers Report Product and industry news
36 Railbooks
Book news and reviews
46 RMC Timetable Scheduled events and notices
102 Test Track Product reviews
118 Collector Consist International Models, Inc. -Keith Wills
120 Editors Notebook Commentary-William C. Schaumburg
125 Classified Advertising
Commercial listings
125 Exchange Place Non-commercial listings
126 Dealer Directory Recommended hobby dealers
129 Advertising Index
Special features
52 Perspective: Norwich, N.Y.: Jan., 1949 by Robert E. Mohowski By 1949, the steam era was over on the NYO&W, but the signs of it still lingered on in the railroad's Norwich, N.Y., yard.
54 Burr Stewart's BN along Puget Sound by Paul Scoles
Burr Stewart models the Burlington Northern in 1973, just a few years after the railroad was created in a merger that combined the GN, NP, SP&S and CB&Q. His large HO layout features beautiful scenery along with a mix of first and second generation power in a variety of pre- and post-merger paint schemes.
59 Building a working train order signal by Mike Chandler Operations on author's HO scale layout include working train order signals. Here is how he built them.
63 Using Photoshop Elements for model railroading by Jack Burgess Did you know that you can use Photoshopas a modeling tool? For modelers working with photographs as a reference, the program can be used to make enlargements and bring out details hidden in shadows.
69 RMC/Dremel Kitbashing Award: Kitbashing a derelict building by Stan Knotts
Parts from a variety of kits were used to construct this month's award winning model.
71 Re-detailing an FGDA PS-4740 covered hopper by Ken Edmier A few changes to a Tangent Scale Models car can provide an interesting variation of a Pullman-Standard-built grain hauling car.
78 Scratchbuilder's corner: Airbrushing by Bob Walker
Getting good results with an airbrush isn't hard if you follow a few simple rules.
81 Modeling a PRR L1 class 2-10-0 in N scale by Max Magliaro This month we wrap up our series by finishing the tender and painting and weathering the locomotive.
88 Modeling wood shingles by Jeff Johnston
Here are some tips for getting good results when using scale cedar shingles.
91 Essential Freight Cars: 40, Early Pullman-Standard PS-1's by Ted Culotta
The PS-1 was one of the most popular and functional boxcars of the post-WWII period.

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