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April 2002
VOLUME 32 NUMBER 4

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Photo by Larry Puckett and Mark Sharp

FEATURES
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Dogtooth Mountain Railroad

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The Passenger Train Oriented Layout Part 4

Layout Design and Modeling by Robert A. Clark
ON TRACK

by Richard Vye
Modeling Seaboard Air Line E Units

Part 2: The Models by Larry Puckett and Mark Sharp
Photo-Etching Brass Parts

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Sectionalizing Just How Many Pieces Are There? by Jim Mansfield
CONTAINERS

by Larry Puckett and Mark Sharp
GP40: The First 645 Geep

MLCU to NOSU by David G. Casdorph
DIESEL DETAIL CLOSE-UP

Part 19: Southern Pacific by George Melvin

Milwaukee Road EMD GP40 by Rich Picariello

DEPARTMENTS
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Editorial Letters Product Reviews
Multi: Woodland Scenics Products Multi: Saco River Structures Idaho Hotel HO: Bachmann Russian Decapod

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ABOUT THE COVER

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Photo by Richard Vye

New Products Society Page Dealer Directory Boys in the Basement Your Trek Plan Advertiser Index

The Highlands station in Hinsdale, Illinois, is seen here in the mid-1950s. Built shortly after the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, Highlands is the oldest station still in use on the former Chicago, Burlington & Quincy. Highlands was (and still is) a great spot for railfanning, and the modeled scene captures a busy moment as a mixed freight, led by Athearn Genesis CB&Q F7A-F3B-F3A 164A-B-C, heads toward Chicago on the near track while the California Zephyr streaks by on the center track. An outbound freight, though not visible, is on the far track. The diorama was built by Doug Geiger, MMR, and makes its home at Highlands Station, Inc., publisher of Model Railroading. Photo by Rhett Lee & Randy Lee.

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