Railroad Model Craftsman July 2021
Cumberland West • by David Parks — This expansive HO scale layout combines Baltimore & Ohio and Western Maryland Railway operations around Cumberland, Md., in 1953.
Greenville Wood Chip Hoppers • by James Kinkaid — Designed and built by Greenville Steel Car Co. between 1962 and 1966, these oversize open hoppers could be found all over the Southeast.
A Model Terminal: North Conway • by Justin Franz and Otto Vondrak — This small terminal on Boston & Maine’s Conway Branch has many features attractive to model railroaders.
Modeling Modern Secondhand Engines • by M. R. Snell — Some minor modifi cations and carefully placed paint patches can help you replicate Norfolk Southern’s modern secondhand locomotives.
Make Your Own Static Grass Applicators • by Scott Thornton — It’s easy to make your own applicators, and experiment with different voltages.
Simple Car Stands for Repair Tracks • by Wayne Wesolowski — Found wherever freight cars are repaired, these simple steel and wood car stands can be built in an evening or two.
Dealer Directory • Recommended hobby dealers
Diverging Points • by Jason Shron
Editor's Notebook • by Otto M. Vondrak
Index of Advertisers
Painting & Weathering
Perspective • by Scott Williamson
Rail Books • Book news and reviews
Test Track • by Harry K. Wong — InterMountain Railway General Electric Tier 4 GEVO ET44AC and ET44C4 with Angled Exhaust product review
Test Track • by Harry K. Wong — American Limited Models GATC Postwar Welded Tank Cars product review