Classic Toy Trains July 2017

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Build a tall trestle for less than $50
By Frank Knautz
Make an impressive and sturdy bridge from common wood shapes in just a few evenings.

Seneca Falls in O gauge
By Michael Tylick
An innovative plan using MTH RealTrax combines urban and rural scenery with interesting operation.

Riding home to Boston
By Roger Carp
Bruce Feldman revives his youth on his 16 x 32-foot O gauge layout.

Growing up with Lionel trains - in Mexico!
By John Huegel
Warm memories of building an O gauge layout in the mid-1940s – plus a look at the specially marked products Lionel exported to Mexico.

A slice of New York City
By Roger Carp
Big city railroading on two levels in barely 52 square feet on a layout that folds away for storage.

Kusans overlooked boxcars
By Roger Carp
Shedding light on a colorful and inexpensive series of O-27 models introduced in the late 1950s.

Shining stars of tinplate
By Rick Tonet
O gauge models of the New Haven RR’s Comet streamliner are both elusive and collectible.
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