O Scale Trains Magazine July/August 2014


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The Maine Central Railroadby David Mehew — A branch of the MEC inspires the builder of this issue's feature layout.

Building an Icing Platformby Neville Rossiter — Nev is back among us, and shows one of his latest projects.

Wild Weeds, Scruffy Shrubbery, and Unruly Undergrowthby John Sethian — Scenery tips for modeling the flora of New Jersey.

Adding Road/Rail Freight Operationsby George Paxon — Increase your layout's operational scope without adding real estate.

A Southern GP18 from a Red Caboose Kitby David Friedlander — An uncommon prototype from a common kit.

Survivors; the Egolf X29by Brian Scace — Evidence that proto-modeling is older than we think.

Timber Drain Boxes along the Right-of-wayby Leonard Lee Davis — An often-ignored track detail described and built.

One Man's Track-cleaning Methodby Brian Scace — With DCC comes cleanliness, and a way to address this miserable task.


Observationsby Brian Scace

The Art of Prototype Modelingby Rob Adams

Traction Actionby Martin Brechbiel


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