Scale Rails 2004 April May August 3 issues Scale Rails and NMRA Bulletin
Scale Rails 2004 April May August 3 issues Scale Rails and NMRA Bulletin
Scale Rails 2004 April May August 3 issues Scale Rails and NMRA Bulletin

Scale Rails 2004 April May August 3 issues Scale Rails and NMRA Bulletin

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April 2004
22 The HO-Scale Tabooma County Railway
Get a sneak peek at one of the layouts on our at this year's national convention in Seattle as Al Carter and Burley Packwood take you on a virtual tour of this freelanced pike.
27 Car Card Racks
Mike Evans shows how he built racks to organize his operating session. This one-hour project is inexpensive and is sure to add to your operating sessions.
28 Simple Turnout Position Indicator Panels
Gary Hoover shows how to add lighted indicator panels to your pike-for less than $5.
31 Pilings With Character
Russ Segner, whose layout is on tour at the upcoming Seattle convention, shows readers a fast and easy way to create pilings for use on their pikes in this one-hour project.
May 2004
21 Fitting Your Dream Into Reality
Confronted with a space measuring just 18x24 inches, Patrick Dowd had to find a way to build his pike. Using plans of the Lake Placid, N.Y., yard, he did just that-and even came up with a way to build it in even less space!
25 Speeder Setouts
If you model an era before the 1970s, your track crews need a place to park their speeders. John Ostler shows how to model these line-side details in this one-hour project. Even if your layout is set in the current era, these great details may have a place.
30 The B.C. Central: An Indoor Large-Scale Layout
Professional artist Brian Collins combines his knowledge of two-dimesional work with his hobby to create an outstanding large-scale railroad in his British Columbia home. John Ostler takes readers on a virtual tour of this snow-bound pike.


August 2004
16 NMRA National Model Contest Preview
Take a sneak peek at some of the winners from this year's national model contest in Seattle. Complete coverage and more photos will appear in the September issue.
18 Live Frog Switching With N-Scale Peco Turnouts
Don Jones and M.C. Smith take readers step-by-step, through the reasons, benefits and methods of improving the electrical works of these popular mechanisms.
24 What Is It? A Model Railroad or
a Narrow-Gauge Short Line?
John Ostler explores the similarities and differences between small scale model railroading such as HO and N and the grand-scale models that people can ride in or upon.
30 Painting Mail Pouch Barns
Sam Swanson takes readers through the tips and tricks of finishing models of these ubiquitous barns.
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