Model Railroader-1982

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January
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Bill of Lading - A.C. Kaimbach: 1910-1981 A tribute to the founder of our company.), The Rolling Hills RR (Something for everyone, in O scale.), John Koch's RGS class C-16 Consolidation no. 15 (The Model of the Month award.), Symposium on electronics (Answers to reader's questions.), All aboard: Building the Kitty Hawk Central (Part 2: Adding structures, scenery and details to our HO railroad by the sea.), Southern Ry.'s Ms-4 Mikados (Bob Hundman's drawings of a standard freighter.), Modern high-pressure Tank Cars (Drawings of these specialized cars by Harold Russell and Don McCloskey.), Track Planning for the Washita & Santa Fe (Part 1 of our HO scale project railroad modeled after AT&SF lines in Oklahoma.), Winners of MR's fifth annual color photography contest (Creative modeling and photography marked the winners of this year's contest.) , Ozark: A railroad made of memories (Passenger trains and the Ozark Mountains are features on this HO pike.), Illinois Central Freight House (Adjust the size of this 1916 terminal freight facility to match your layout.), Quincy Mining Co.'s Concentrate Cars (These cars, built in 1920, moved copper concentrate from the mill to the smelter.), Signs for the Kitty Hawk Central (See the article on page 70 to find out where these signs go on the Hawk.), Felt Grass and Weeds (Another techniqie for our scenicking bag of tricks.), Prototype Data and Drawings - Southern Ry.'s Ms-4 Mikados, Modern high-pressure tank cars, Quincy Mining Co's concentrate cars
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February
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Bill of Lading - Meet the Jerome & Southwestern, Kitbash the Pioneer Zephyr - 1, All aboard: Interchanges, Sunnyside Mill in O scale, Piedmont & Northern boxcab electric, Gettysburg station, A speed detector for your layout, Step-by-step backdrop painting, Closeup: Mileposts and scale miles, Kitbash a log loader, Louis Bartig's Rio Grande Southern Ry. K=27, Signs of the times, The North Pennsylvania RR Co. Ltd., Local switching at Waverly, Prototype Data and Drawings - Piedmont & Northern electric locomotive, Gettysburg station
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March
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Bill of Lading - The Boston & Maint/Mashapaug & Wiscasset System (The first of three Hartford Workshop layouts on our tour.), The Sleepy Valley & Western (Take off a few years to build a sound system and still have a layout.), The Ontario & Eastern Ry. (Re-creating the glory days of steam.), Benchwork and Roadbed for the W&SF (The foundation of our Washita & Santa Fe project railroad.), Kitbash the Pioneer Zephyr -2 (Completing an HO model of the first diesel electric streamliner.), Jersey Central Steel Caboose (J. Harold Geissel drawings of this customized 32-foot steel caboose.), Symposium on Electronics (Bruce Chubb's Optimized Detector and four other reader circuits.), Kitbash a Steam Generator Car (A special passenger car that makes your diesel fleet more versatile.), A Concrete-block Coal Silo (Harold Russell drawings of a jewel of a facility for handling black diamonds.), All Aboard: Modeling Water (The basics of easy-to-do epoxy streams and ponds.), The Other Side of the Tracks at Potomac Jct. (False-front structures on the Severna Park Club hide a fireplace and mantel.), Construction Techniques on the North Penn (Club members try new techniques on their HO layout.), 57-word Search Puzzle (Can you find all 57 terms and the key word before looking up the solutions?), Prototype Data and Drawings - Jersey Central all-steel "anthracite" caboose, Concrete-block coal silo at Elba, N.Y.
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April
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Bill of Lading - Special HIA Show Report (New products from the Hobby Institute of America show in Dallas); D&RGW's Panoramic Division (A scenic trip through the Colorado Rocky Mountains); Closeup: Steam Locomotive Servicing (What you need to care for your iron horses); Robert L. Lawson's HO Scale Wilmot Table Co. (The Model of the Month award); All Aboard: A Beginner's Toolbox (Basic modeling tools to make you twice the craftsman you thought you were); Modeling The CNM's Repowered Baldwins (An HO project for experienced builders); Kitbashing Pennsy Cabin Cars (J. Harold Geissel drawings help you build these HO scale conversions); NP's Big Pig Palace Stockcars (The author provided drawings for these "plush" double-deck stockcars); Build An HO Interurban (A spiffy electric from plastic passenger cars, styrene, brass and imagination); Benchwork And Roadbed For The J&S: Part 2 (Part 2: Get out the tools and start building the Jerome & Southwestern); The Carlsbad, East Portal & Zenith RR (Track plans for a lot of N scale railroad in 4 x 8 feet); The Troll & Elfin RR (A busy eastern HO line where Camelbacks are king); Bruce Greenberg And His Traveling Train Show (MR goes to Philadelphia for a firsthand look); A Ten-Wheeler With The Works (This locomotive even has the kitchen sink); CRAM: A New Model Railroad Organization (You have to live in a one-room flat to belong to this exclusive fraternity) Prototype Data and Drawings - Pennsylvania RR N8 Caboose; Northern Pacific Big Pig Palace Stockcar Departments And Miscellany - On The Train Wire; Railway Post Office; Schedules; Cartoons; Trade Topics; Hobbyship Window; At The Throttle; Closeup; All Aboard; Club News; Paint Shop; Student Fare; Railroader's Library; MR Clinic; Index Of Advertisers
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May
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Bill of Lading - The Rio Grande's East Hartford Division (Massive steam and narrowguage teakettles on this Hartford Workshop layout), The Middletown & Mystic Mines Ry. (Our final Hartford Workshop layout moves coal from the mountains to the sea), Modeling VIA (Canada's government passenger trains in HO), All Aboard: Diode Matrix System (The basics of lining up a route with the push of a single button), Walthers: the First 50 years (MR takes you on a tour of Walthers and looks at its history), Milwaukee Electric's 1030-series Cars (Harold Russell drawings of cars that once served Milwaukee's suburbs), Symposiom on Electronics (Featuring a circuit for an airport runway flasher), Laying Flextrack on the Washita & Santa Fe (Track on MR's project railroad is laid for smooth running), Colorful Control Panels (Professional-looking graphics for your railroad), Grow a Forest Overnight (A refresher course in making stranded-wire trees), Prototype Data and Drawings - Milwaukee Electric's 1030-series articulated cars
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June
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Bill of Lading - The Jasper & Keystone RR (A 1930s railroad based on a published track plan.), Closeup: Diesel locomotive servicing (What you need to care for your diesel locomotives), Track and control for the Jerome & Southwestern (We get the trains rolling on the railroad with personaliity), Jerry Cox's HO scale single-stall wood enginehouse (This month's Model of the Month award), Modeling a Cotton Gin (Tote dat bale in HO scale), Presenting the ACE 3000 (Dan McMloskey;s drawings of a steam locomotive for today's railroad), Heavy Pacific and Mikado (Upgrading Rivarossei's HO models), Ralph Pirtle's Ozark Valley Linew(An O scale tracking line in a spare bedroom) , All aboard: Total layout design (Same basics for designing attractive and satisfying model railroads), The Applachian Southern A medium-sized double-desked track plan for HO), Ferroequinology at ICU-1981 version (Risers and roadbeds and rollikng stock taught to the tune of fast-time clock) Dean Odiorne's high-level switchstand (This project takes only a few minutes and costs about a quarter), Prototype Data and Drawings - American Coal Enterprises' ACE 3000
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July
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Bill of Lading - Modeling Roadrailers (HO models of bi-modal trailers), The Stoney Creek & Western RR (An HO railroad featuring craftsmanship and fun), The Bi-Modal Roadrailer (Don McClusky drawings of these interesting freight trailers), All Aboard: Track Plan Drawing Made Easy (With simple instruments you can draw a comprehensible scale track plan), Build a Carolina Planing Mill (Inexpensive techniques for building a small industry loaded with character), Lattice Truss Bridge (Harold Russell drawings of a bridge type common at the turn of the century), Mel Andersen's HO Scale Stockyard (This month's Model of the Month award), Symposium on Electronics (Jim Leach's solid state turntable control), HOn2 1/2 Diesel Switcher (Simple modifications turn a European switcher into a "Maine 2-footer"), Tractors for Your Terminals (A yard tractor to handle RoadRailers and other trailers), Sneak Preview: Washington '82 (Some capital layhouts will highlight this years' NMRA national convention), Getting a Head Start on the Rio Grande Southern,  (Larry Nyce could move and take his railroad with him) 6
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August
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Bill of Lading - Tioga Pass: an operator's layout, Flea-powered Wheel Works rail truck, Phone system on the Cat Mountain & Santa Fe, Terrain for the Jerome & SOuthwestern, General Electric's U33C road diesel, Small scale air rail, Vulcan 45-ton diesel switcher, All aboard: Building your first wood structure kit, Hobby Lobby layout, John Cassady's Possum Flats & Eastern RR., Four cars for the spool mill, Closeup: Swinging gate crossings, Prototype Data and Drawings - General Electric's U33C road diesel, Vulcan 45-ton diesel switcher
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September
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Bill of Lading - Harry F. Avia's 1/24 scale Mack Bulldog m.o.w. truck (This month's Model of the Month award.), Model the 10-Pack (Santa Fe's articulated trailer carrier in HO scale.), Santa Fe 10-Pack (Don McCloskey's drawings of a unique piece of modern freight equipment.), , AC&Y Diesel and Electrical Shops (David S. Busch's drawings of a simple diesel repair facility.), An Operating Windmill (Pumps operated by windmills once supplied water to railroads and farms.), The Perfect Trolley (An HO scale trolley that really rolls along.), All Aboard: Building Scenic Forms (Basic methods and materials for adding hills and dales to your layout.), Pacific Electric's classic "Hollywood" cars (Tips for finishing imported brass models of an all-time trolley classic.), Model Railroad Products from Europe (MR's editor visits some European manufacturers.), Frank Miller's Cascade Valley RR (An O scale empire patterned after Frank Ellison's Delta Lines.), Symposium on Electronics (Steam and turbine sound circuits - and more.), Wiring the Washita & Santa Fe (Preparing for and installing command control.), Running on Dirty Track (A discussion of model railroading's most common operating problems.), Casey at the Throttle (With sincerest apologies to Ernest Lawrence Thayer.), Making Fences (Second-grader Steve made these with only a little help from his dad.), Prototype Data and Drawings - Santa Fe's 10-Pack Fuel Foiler, Akron, Canton & Youngstown diesel and electrical shops
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October
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Bill of Lading -The Modern Soo Line:1 (Some background and general information about a modern railroad); Soo Line's Eastern Division (A recreation room version of the busiest section of the old Wisconsin Central); All Aboard (All aboard: Steam locomotives - what, why and when); A USRA Mikado In Brass (Learn how to work with metal and build your own steam motive power); Closeup: How A Steam Locomotive Works (What a modeler needs to know about the operation of a steam engine and tender); B&O's Light Mikado No. 4500 (J. Harold Geissel drawings of the first of all the USRA designs); A Model Water Tower (A simple way to build a small-town tank); The Lionel RR Club Of Milwaukee (This enthusiastic group will host a convention for its 35th anniversary); 1982 Prize Parade (A report on the NMRA national convention, featuring the contest-winning models); Module In A Box (Designing and building an Ntrak module that qualifies as carry-on luggage); Stack-By-Stack, Not Board-By-Board (With only a little balsa and a little time you can fill up the lumberyard); Color Comes To The Jerome & Southwestern,  (We add color, soil and plant life to the railroad with personality); Prototype Data And Drawings - The Modern Soo Line; Steam Locomotives: What, Why And When; How A Steam Locomotive Works; B&O Light Mikado No. 4500 Departmments And Miscellany - Off The Train Wire; Railway Post Office; Schedules; Trade Topics; Hobbyshop Window; At The Throttle; All Aboard; Closeup; Bull Session; Cartoon; Paint Shop; Railroader's Library; Student Fare; MR Clinic; Index Of Advertisers 2
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November
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Bill of Lading - A visit to the Virginian & Ohio, Modeling EMD's SD45-2, The modern Soo Line:2, Amtrak's superliners, Structures for the Jerome & Southwestern, A mail order mine, The Tyler Mountain & Beaver Creek RR, The Pennsylvania & Westbrook, A USRA Mikado in brass: frame and drivers, A backdrop for the Washita & Santa Fe, Using metalworking tools 1
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December
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Bill of Lading - Locomotives and cars for the J&S, All aboard: Scale and gauge, The Bern & Wagonlit RR, The Whiskey River Division-Great Northern Ry., Alan Gagon's Frisco 1350-class Mikado in HO scale, An MDC/Mantua 4-4-0, The East Texas & Bayeux Jct. RR, Marklin modeling, A transfer caboose from scraps, Reading Camelback Americans, Build the Flatt Iron Co., Fred Graff's Eastern RR Association, A touch of realism for MDC's Climax, Reflections of Christmas, The Sarasota Lionel Train Museum, Closeup: Track profiles, Ten principles for planning a family model railroad, What do you give a model railroader for Christmas?, Making a dream come true, I've got a headache Jerry, Prototype Data and Drawings - Reading Camelback Americans
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December
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Bill of Lading - Locomotives and cars for the J&S, All aboard: Scale and gauge, The Bern & Wagonlit RR, The Whiskey River Division-Great Northern Ry., Alan Gagon's Frisco 1350-class Mikado in HO scale, An MDC/Mantua 4-4-0, The East Texas & Bayeux Jct. RR, Marklin modeling, A transfer caboose from scraps, Reading Camelback Americans, Build the Flatt Iron Co., Fred Graff's Eastern RR Association, A touch of realism for MDC's Climax, Reflections of Christmas, The Sarasota Lionel Train Museum, Closeup: Track profiles, Ten principles for planning a family model railroad, What do you give a model railroader for Christmas?, Making a dream come true, I've got a headache Jerry, Prototype Data and Drawings - Reading Camelback Americans
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