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  • September 29, 2011 - posted by Tasha Oates - 2,798 views - 0 comments - 0 likes
    By Robert Schleicher Replace the side panels on the Con-Cor auto rack with etched brass parts from N Scale of Nevada to capture the "see through" appearance of the prototype cars. An index of previous articles in this series on upgrad...
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    Three coal mining towns are the highlights of this 14x28-foot N scale layout. Here’s a structure-by-structure description of how they were constructed. By Robert Fletcher Photos by Robert Schleicher The N scale Caroletown Connecting Railroad is ...
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    By Robert Schleicher Paul Brennecke’s layout is built by following a track plan based on “It’s (Almost) Magic” 9 x 8-foot layout from the original Model Railroading magazine that we have reprinted on pages 42-45 of this issue of...
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    Scale model trees and a waist-high layout surface make this garden railway more of a model railroad than most outdoor layouts. By Robert Schleicher This is the outdoor railroad that many model railroaders envision. Gardeners anticipate something that ...
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    The Railroads of Cincinnati, Ohio.  (Railmodel Journal, June 2008 pg 59) By Robert Schleicher John Miller is recreating the railroad lines around Cincinnati, Ohio in HO scale on his 36 x 44-foot layout.  There's a "Layout Tour" of ...