Classic Toy Trains March 2008

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March 2008
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1940s COME TO LIFE ON A BEAUTIFULLY DETAILED O GAUGE LAYOUT Dave Connolly relives New England railroading history on his 22 x 48-foot layout. Roger Carp.

6 STEPS TO YOUR NEXT LAYOUT When an old layout stands between you and hobby happiness, it's time to plan, pack, and pull apart. John Grams.

ADD DETAIL FOR ULTIMATE REALISM In the final part of our Sandy Harbor project railroad series, we add structures and finishing touches. Dennis Brennan.

RIDE THE CENTRAL OPERATING LINES Members of a Long Island O gauge club share the fun on their phenomenal 25 x 40-foot layout. Alex Gillam.

TRACK PLAN BLENDS SCENERY AND GREAT OPERATION This 9 x 11-foot O gauge plan is a pleasing blend of uncomplicated operation and rural scenery. E.A. Engebretson and Kent Johnson.

MAKING A GREAT FLYER RAILROAD BETTER Brad Nelson reworked a great Flyer layout. The result is a celebration of the best of S gauge. Roger Carp.

HOW TO WIRE A LIONEL SIGNAL BRIDGE A simple circuit makes a Lionel no. 450 signal bridge into a reliable and eye-catching performer. Dennis Eichenberg
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