Narrow Gauge and Short Line Gazette March/April 2018
The San Juan Extension And The Rio Grande Southern – Two HOn3 Model Railroads • by John R. Short — Ùr A’ Tòiseachadh (A New Beginning).
Don’t You Need A Live-steam Bell Locomotive? • by Sid Tiesenga — Modifying an Accucraft 1:20.3 scale Dora.
The Army Comes To Stoney Creek • by Lee Bishop — The fantasy behind an On30 layout.
The Gilpin Tramway’s Polar Star Mill And Ore Transfer Chutes • by Keith Pashina — Re-creating Black Hawk one piece at a time.
Two Railroads In One • by Richard Jorgensen — Getting the most out of a small layout room.
Adding Shelves To Your Fascia • by Peter Smith, MMR — A place for tools, throttles, drinks, and the idle hands of visitors.
Along The Narrow Gauge • by Mallory Hope Ferrell — My historic photo album: Nevada County narrow gauge, part 1.
Treasure In An Old Studio • by Mallory Hope Ferrell — A sidebar.
The On30 Fiddletown & Copperopolis • by Bill Gould — An uncommon carrier, part 7: CAD design and a 40-foot steam launch.
Scenery Techniques • by Craig Symington, MMR — Making RGS telegraph poles.
My HOn3 Rio Grande Southern Lizard Head Division, Part 4 • by Gregg Condon, MMR — Big rock cut to Big Valley through Saw Pit.
3D “Printed” Brass Castings • by Charles Doan — A neat idea.
The Narrow Gauge Scene • by Charlie Getz — Tru-Scale Models, BK Enterprises, Classic Miniatures, and Trout Creek Engineering.
South Pacific Coast, Arcade Depot, Alameda Pier, California • by Gary Caviglia
Nevada County Narrow Gauge 1 Grass Valley • by David Fletcher
C&S St. Charles Refrigerator Car • by Robert Stears
The Mendocini House, Bodie, California • by Neil A. Pfafman
Robert’s Ramblings • by Bob Brown
Pigeon Hole — Letters to the editor.
In Brief — Small announcements, new items, and corrections.
New in Review — Model reviews.