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March 2002
VOLUME 32 NUMBER 3

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Photo by Tim Sommers

FEATURES
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GP40: The First 645 Geep

Part 18: SOO, TP&W and Vermont Rail System by George Melvin
The Passenger Train Oriented Layout Part 3

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Big City...Small Space

Building a Modular Urban Scene by Bill Hughes
FREIGHTCAROLOGY

by Robert A. Clark
ON TRACK

ACF Non-Insulated Non-Coiled T108 Tank Car by David G. Casdorph
DCC Comes to the Granite Mountain Railway

The Survey Making a Point & Taking a Stand by Jim Mansfield
Modeling Seaboard Air Line E Units

by Doug Geiger, MMR
DIESEL DETAIL CLOSE-UP

Part 1: The Prototypes by Larry Puckett and Mark Sharp

Baltimore & Ohio (B&O) EMD GP35 by Rich Picariello

DEPARTMENTS
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Photo by Larry Puckett and Mark Sharp

Editorial Letters New Products Product Reviews
N: Micro-Trains 56 Gen. Serv. Tank Car HO: Trix UP Big Boy 4-8-8-4 HO: Rivarossi C&O Allegheny 2-6-6-6

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

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ABOUT THE COVER

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Mark Sharp and Larry Puckett teamed up to model a total of seven different Seaboard Air Line E units including E4A 3011 with its shovel-nose and E7A 3040 (above) with its replacement steel side panels. All of the models, an E4A&B set, two E7A&B sets and an E8A unit were done in SALs mint green scheme. Their article this month, which starts on page 32, covers the prototype E units on the SAL. In next months issue, they turn their attention toward modeling their fleet of detailed and modified Life-Like Proto 2000 units. Photo by Larry Puckett and Mark Sharp.

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