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November 2004
VOLUME 34 NUMBER 9

FEATURES
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SD-24: The First Turbo SD

Part 3: CB&Q (Burlington) by George Melvin
Scenery on the Huron River

Curve/Corner Modules NYC Michigan Central Division by David Butts
Modeling New York Central

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PROTOTYPES FOR MODELS FREIGHTCAROLOGY

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F3 Diesel-Electric Locomotives by Jim Six
Adding a Fire Train to your On30 Consist

Prototypes for Plano Autorack Panel Sets Using Walthers Autorack Models Part 1: The Older Panels by David G. Casdorph
ON TRACK

by Larry Puckett
Corn Syrup Tank Cars Part 5

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An Overview of Syrup Designs From the 1970s to the Present Trinity 17,600-Gal, 100-Ton Design by Tim Frederick

A Favorite Thing by Jim Mansfield
DIESEL DETAIL CLOSE-UP

Chesapeake & Ohio EMD GP9 Phase II by Rich Picariello

DEPARTMENTS
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Editorial Ready Track Sandhouse (New Products) The Society Page Product Reviews
HO: Broadway Ltd Paragon Series ATSF 3751 4-8-4 & PRR J-1 2-10-4 On30: Bachmann 28-ton Class B Climax Multi: Knuckle Buster Uncoupling Tool

Photo by Larry Puckett

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Book Beat Boys in the Basement Your Trek Plan Advertiser Index

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ABOUT THE COVER

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Jim Six turns his attention to modeling a pair of New York Central F3s this month. Using Athearns Genesis models, Jim shows how he tweaked and weathered two slightly different versions of the ubiquitous F3 and shares some of their history on the NYC. Turn to page 30 for his article. Photo by Jim Six. INSET: Adding a fire train in On30 has been made much easier since the release of Foothill Model Works generic fire car. Larry Puckett shows how he built this car and an accompanying tank car beginning on page 36. Photo by Larry Puckett.

Photo by David Butts

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