Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 2013 November Detailing trucks SP FP7A LIRR pa
Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 2013 November Detailing trucks SP FP7A LIRR pa

Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 2013 November Detailing trucks SP FP7A LIRR pa

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Railroad Model Craftsman Magazine 2013 November Detailing trucks SP FP7A LIRR pa
 
Railroad Model Craftsman November 2013 Vol 82 No 6
CONTENTS
SPECIAL FEATURES
38 Perspective: Get your (modeling) kicks by Elrond Lawrence Historic Route 66 parallels the old Santa Fe mainline through Southern California, Arizona and on to Albuquerque, New Mexico. Along the way can be found a collection of quirky buildings and roadside attractions that are ripe for modeling.
40 A last visit to Coon Creek Lumber by William C. Schaumburg, with photos by Greg Komar Set in the Cascades, Lou Ullian's beautiful On3 Coon Creek Lumber Company was a true builder's layout that stood as a visual history of logging in steam days.
72 Oh #@*%, a flat! by Al Sohl A lot of thought went into this little scene and it paid off.
MODELING
45 Build a bucket coal loader by Bob Bennett This partially scratchbuilt HO scale model is based on the simple wooden coal loader used by Maine's Belfast & Moosehead Lake Railroad. Coal-filled wooden buckets were hoisted up and then emptied into the tender.
52 Adding trucks to the layout by Bill Gill With just a bit of work and some imagination, you can take some ready-to-run Classic Metal Works model trucks and turn them into one-of-a-kind eye-catching models that will improve any scene on your layout.
58 Modeling secondhand parlor cars for the LIRR by Mike Boland In the 1960's the Long Island Rail Road operated a fleet of ex-Pullman heavyweight parlor cars in summer service to the Hamptons and Montauk. Walthers HO scale Pullman 28-1 parlor car is a great starting point for modeling this unique service.
63 Adding details and sound to Southern Pacific's FP7's by Ted Haas Adding sound and extra details to Athearn's HO scale FP7 improves an already beautiful model.
70 Scratchbuilder's Corner: Mold making and casting by Bob Walker Casting can come in handy when you need to make a number of identical parts.
73 RMC/Dremel Kitbashing Award: Modeling a B&O P-31a TOFC flat car by Gregory La Rocca A pair of Athearn HO scale flat cars are used to kitbash this model of the Baltimore & Ohio's first flat car designed to carry highway trailers.


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