Classic Toy Trains October 2008

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October 2008
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Reviving a legendary layout Buildings from a great 1940s pike have a new home. Fred Dole

Have more fun with postwar trains David Tollner's system for operating O gauge trains. Roger Carp

Take great toy train photos Capturing the excitement is a snap when you follow our handy guide to digital photography.
Carl Swanson

Combine Atlas O and GarGraves track How to use Atlas and Ross/Gargraves track systems on the same layout; two ways to combine them. Peter H. Riddle

Build a foldaway O gauge layout Think you have no room for a toy train layout? This "Murphy Bed" railroad folds up when not in use. Douglas Fritscher

Plan a railroad for maximum action This 6 x 16-foot O gauge "just for fun" layout keeps operators on their toes. Ed Welch

Make a special Flyer Royal Blue Use spare parts to create a stunning S gauge model. Joe Deger

Postwar cool: Lionel's 352 ice depot Easily installed and operated, this action-packed postwar accessory looks right at home on any O gauge layout. Armand Taddeo

Collectible Classic: Lionel's no. 624 C&O NW2 switcher This fetching postwar locomotive combines great looks with brawny performance. Roger Carp
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