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August 2006
VOLUME 36 NUMBER 6

FEATURES
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Add Interest to your Model Railroad

Station Scene with Platform Vehicles by V. S. Roseman
Modeling 2-Bay Coal Hoppers for the 1940s and 1950s Working with Ready-to-Run Proto 2000 and InterMountain Models
Photo by Jim Six

by Jim Six

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FREIGHTCAROLOGY

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PROJECT LAYOUT

Tall Timber Railroad A 9 x 12 On30 Layout You Can Build Part 13A: The Locomotive Fleet: The Class A Climax by Ken Smith
GP38-2 The Most Successful

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The Freight Car Collective: A Look at Entire Trains Part 4: Another Autorack Train by David G. Casdorph
DIESEL DETAIL CLOSE-UP

Second-Generation Light Road Switcher Part 4: Burlington Northern by George Melvin

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Canadian National (CN) EMD GP9 by Rich Picariello

DEPARTMENTS
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Editorial Ready Track Sandhouse (New Products) Product Reviews
HO: PCM N&W Y6b 2-8-8-2 HO: Athearn Santa Fe 50 Rr-30 Ice Reefer G: Aristo-Craft Trains USRA 2-8-8-2

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Photo by V. S. Roseman

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

ABOUT THE COVER

Turn to page 20 for Vic Rosemans article on modeling platform vehicles for your layouts passenger platforms. Vic covers how these vehicles were and still are used, and how to model them effectively. Here we see a Grandt Line wagon owned by Railway Express Agency being used to unload a Pennsylvania Railroad express car. Photo by V. S. Roseman.

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