Steam & Diesel Locomotive Servicing Terminals

Tony Koester
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This all-new book by Tony Koester explains how steam, diesel, and electric servicing facilities work, with details on the processes and equipment that can be replicated on model railroad layouts.

The book includes:

• An overview of locomotive maintenance.

• Model railroad track plans and modeling examples.

• Prototype photos of servicing terminals, roundhouses, turntables, sand houses and towers, and more.

Author: Tony Koester
Size: 8.25 x 10.75
Pages: 96
Color photos: 180
Author Bio
Tony Koester has written books focusing on his lifelong hobby of model railroading. He has been the editor of Model Railroad Planning, a special annual issue of Model Railroader magazine, since its inception in 1995. He is a contributing editor to Model Railroader and served as the editor of Railroad Model Craftsman. Tony is hard at work on a multi-deck HO railroad that accurately depicts the Nickel Plate Road’s St. Louis Division as it appeared in 1954.
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