Classic Toy Trains November 2010

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November 2010
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ADD A MODERN SANDING FACILITY
By Stanley Trzoniec
A modern-era O gauge structure based on a covered hopper car.
pg. 34

TWO STEPS BEYOND REALISM
By Roger Carp
Rick Wright's new O gauge layout incorporates the best lessons of past and present modelers.
pg. 40

CREATE A CORNER CROSSROADS
By Neal Schorr
Careful attention to detail makes the most of an odd-shaped corner.
pg. 46

BUILDING ON MEMORIES OF THE NEW HAVEN RR
By Peter Paulnak
Visit a 12 x 40-foot O gauge layout inspired by a famous eastern line.
pg. 50

HOW TO ADD A WORKING ATLAS O SIGNAL SYSTEM
By Neil Besougloff
A network of communication cables keeps these realistic signals in sync with moving trains.
pg. 62

EASY DINING CAR DETAILS
By Hal Maury
Add detail - and interest - to your passenger car fleet with the addition of interior details.
pg. 56

ADD SLOW-MOTION ANIMATION
By Peter H. Riddle
Create a surprising layout feature using a slow-motion switch machine to add action to vehicles.
pg. 58

LIONEL CLOSES THE DOOR ON ITS ADVANCE CATALOG SETS
By Paul V. Ambrose, Roger Carp
The last of these special outfits was offered in 1963.
pg. 66

MEET THE MAN WHO BUILT A.C. GILBERT'S DISPLAY LAYOUTS
By Bruce F. Carter
Hired in 1948, Ray Palumbo built American Flyer displays, including the famous second floor S gauge layout in Gilbert's Hall of Science.
pg. 68
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