Model Railroader-1971

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January
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Bill of Lading - The Case for Collecting Models ("Railroad Fair in miniature" features mixed equipment, mixed eras), David Johnston's Galloping Goose (The Model of the Month award), An Adjustable Driver-Quartering Jig (You can make it to suit any scale. A dollar model), The Allegheny Route (The concept, the planning, the hardships and the rewards), Structures from History (Including the "microglazed" methods of adding windowpanes), Train Operation Versus Power Packs (The ABC's of model railroading), Tender Speaker for Noise Effects (Pipe steam or diesel locomotive sounds in your motive power), Laying Track on the East Glasstop (Railrod in a coffee table:2), Prototype Drawings and Data - Airy Hall halt, Cab-forward detailing views
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February
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Bruce Walther's replies, Operating 2-8-2 in N scale narrow gauge, Highway flasher produces cold light, Tom Dressler's HO scale N&W class Y7, Coal is king on the D&W, Up and over on the East Glasstop, Retractable ramp for any scale, More model cars of the nineties, Why side rods will bind, Model railroaders on the loose, Prototype Drawings and Data - Indianapolis 100-series streetcars, C&O's steam-turbine locomotives, Milwaukee Road's passenger cars of the 1890's 0
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March
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Bill of Lading - Walthers Firmly Supported (Railway post office), Norman S. Briskman's 1910 4-4-0 (The Model of the Month award), Truck Centering Springs for Locos (Improve tracking of motive power with easily made springs), Compressed Gas Factory (Construction from simple materials: even the ventilators can be paper), Wiring the East Glasstop (Railroad in a coffee table: 4), Rob Hegge Interviews Bill Clouser (With comment on fine-standards wheel profiles), Control and Scenery on the Allegheny Route (Concluding the story of the development of the Canandalgua Southern), Expandable Preformed Layout Base (Kibri designs fit together many ways), Prototype Drawings and Data - The great DD1 (Early PRR electric locomotive) 1
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April
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Bill of Lading - Scenery and Structures for the East Glasstop RR (Railroad in a coffee table: Part 5-conclusion.), Boxcar or Caboose, as You Wish (Outside-braced car makes a good model project.), Saga of an Old Wood Coach (A Trackside Photos special feature.), Aging Boards and Shingles (A little knifework makes a good model better.), A Connecting Railroad Plan (Two-lap layout offers many operating possibilities.), C.J. Dyxin's Soo  Line tool car (The Model of the Month award.), Raised-letter Signs and Builder's Plates (As done by E.H.Fingerlos.), Prototype Drawings and Data - PRR X23 boxcar, The Alco-GE DL109, Pacific Electric's 1000-class cars 0
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May
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Bill of Lading - Model railroading with Shay Lokies (Hardley any other engine could be better suited to model situations.), Dual-gauge Transfer Terminal (The track plan for the Placerville, Consumnes & Eastern begins with a shelf.), Station Drugs (A structure that's fun to build with the techniques outlined.), Mallory Hope Ferrell's Shay in On3 (The Model of the Month award.), Model Railroading around Milwaukee (Layouts to be featured at the NMRA Midwest Region Convention.), Narrow-gauge Modeling (The ABC's of model railroading.), Self-hardening Sealants for Axles and the Like (Some uses for anaerobic adhesives in model railroading.), Prototype Drawings and Data - Western Maryland Shay, Silver City 24"-gauge Shay, MCB traction trucks
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June
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Bill of Lading - Charles Schwarm's Two Systems (Quarter-inch-scale standard and narrow-gauge railroads.), Jerry Howell's Free-Lance 0-6-0 (The Model of the Month award.), A Free-Lance 0-6-0 (More about the Model of the Month award winner.), Catenary on the Idaho Midland (Electrification of a helper district produces fun-to-solve problems.), More Cars of the 1890's (Dining car, parlor car and sleeper, with tips on how to model them.), A Walk-in Layout in Phases (Plan permits early operation but a longtime building program.), Build Disconnecting Logging Trucks (You can modify commercial trucks or build from scratch.), A Model of a Model (A 1:16 mockup of a 1:87 pike.), North Conway's Depot (A railroad you can model.), Prototype Drawings and Data - B&O short girder bridge, Milwaukee Road's passenger cars of the 1890's, Help on C&O prototype data 3
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July
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Bill of Lading - Huntington & Housatonic RR (The 9 x 14-foot HO scale railroad of Robert Evans in Shelton, Conn.), William McKown's HO scale Heisler Locomotives (The Model of the Month award.), Calgary Funtier Convention (Calgary Funtier Convention (A sneak preview of layouts to be seen.), How to Make Parts with Brass (Anyone can use simple tools to make fine modelwork in easy steps.), Practical Throttle Handle (Combine a wafer switch and a potentiometer.), Tennessee Southern Track Plan (Layout features a turnback curve and a double switchback.), I Made my Airbrush (Simple construction requires only drilling and soldering.), Old World in Binghamton-in models (Madeline Brooks began her railroad at a cost of $3.99.), Prototype Drawings and Data - Brill's 27-G traction truck, Wabash 4-8-2, Roanoke freight station, Illinois Central wood caboose 2
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July
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Huntington & Housatonic RR, William McKown's HO scale Heisler locomotives, Calgary Funtier Convention, How to make parts with brass, Practical throttle handle, Tennessee Southern track plan, I made my airbrush, Old world in Binghamton-in models, Prototype Drawings and Data - Brill's 27-G traction truck, Wabash 4-8-2, Roanoke freight station, Illinois Central wood caboose 1
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August
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Bill of Lading - Build a Rip-track Crane (Meet Frank in Bull session.), Lonnie Shay's Models of Models (The Model of the Month award.), Culver Military Academy's layout (Famous school has made good use of model railroading.), Cornwell Coalyard (A small facility, just right for a model railroad layout.), Sudden Scenery (Build 5 to 8 square feet of scenery in two evenings at little cost.), Locomotive Test Rack (Suggested by W.H. Wilkinson Jr. and John Gascayne.), Prototype Drawings and Data - Peerbolte Onion Sets reefer,  South Shore's inherited NYC locos, CNW baggage-smoker combine, Steam engine brake rigging 4
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September
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Bill of Lading - Russell Cook's LC&J RR (The builder of this portable railroad gives tips on moving a layout.), Modifying the IHB 0-8-0 (The machine is available in 1/4", HO and N scales.), Beautiful Unsullied Steam (Another letter from Jim.), Bob Kjellander's Locomotive Crane (The Model of the Month award.), Standards for N scale (Will scratchbuilders want finer standards for their work?), The Union Central RR (The history, the concept and the construction of this 5 x 12-ft pike.), Pennsylvania Live Steamers (New tracks are being laid on a new and larger plot.), Coded Control of Signals (Diodes make one-wire control of signals simple.), Two-color Signal Lighting (A combined booster and electronic switch controls the lamps.), Prototype Drawings and Data - General Electric U25B 1
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October
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James E. Ison's Wolf Creek station, Blacklight method, Unit trains and their modeling, Plan for an engine terminal, The Rio Grande & San Juan RR, Putting rail to work on the layout, Loco with double chain drive, Prototype Drawings and Data - CP 105-ton rotary-dump gandola, Diamond Rock 0-4-0 narrow-gauge tank engine, Front royal station (condensed), The Vert-A-Pack car, PRR business car Chesapeake 4
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November
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The trail of two railroads, Edgebrook commuter shelter, The Dew Valley RR, Eric A. Bracher's D&RGW pile driver, Sightseer's observation car, An evolving yard, Getting started with good wire, Route selection with good diodes, A versatile surface gauge, Prototype Drawings and Data - Canadian Pacific observation car, Brill's 27-E traction truck 5
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December
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Bill of Lading - The NMRA goes Overseas (1971 convention held in London.), Scenic Problem Solved (Explanation of an interesting scenery technique.), Cathy Warstler's Railton Pike (A teenage girl's model railroad.), East Broad Top Track Plan (Much of the EBT's character is captured.), Tool and Handcar Shed (A structure that's easy to build.), Build an SSF Generator (Control your train lights seperately.), Engineering Report on SSF Generators (Additional information on the SSF generator design.), Duane Matuszak's Milwaukee Electric equipment (The Model of the Month award.), A Starter Course in Model Railroad Building (The ABC's of model railroading.), East Broad Top, an ideal prototype for modeling (A railroad you can model.), Modeling and the Marriage (Practical pointers for married model railroaders.) 4
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