Classic Toy Trains October 2011

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October 2011
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BUILD AN O GAUGE SHELF LAYOUT
By Neal Mayer
This railroad fits in a tight spot yet offers plenty of room for expansion.
pg. 34

DETAILS MAKE THIS LAYOUT SHINE
By Roger Carp
Railroader Tim Kristophel shares tips for building a great O gauge layout.
pg. 28

LIONEL'S FORGOTTEN 1933 NEW YORK SHOWROOM LAYOUT
By Roger Carp
Rediscovering a unique Depression-era Standard and O gauge display.
pg. 38

RUN REALISTIC PASSENGER TRAINS
By Thomas R. Browne
Get the most from your passenger rolling stock by running them like the real railroads.
pg. 40

TWIN LOOPS - WITH A TWIST!
By Terry Thompson
This 6 x 12-foot O gauge track plan is a classic scheme updated for more flexibility and even some high-speed passenger operation.
pg. 42

MAKE A CENTER PIECE STATION SCENE
By Fred M. Dole
Don't just place a building. Develop a station scene that stands out!
pg. 44

RELIABLE SIGNAL ACTIVATION
By Peter H. Riddle
Tips for operating toy train accessories using contactors and relays.
pg. 48

TODAY'S AMERICAN FLYER BOYS CLUB: 3 MEN, 1 GREAT LAYOUT
By Roger Carp
Three friends have built an S gauge layout that eclipses all others.
pg. 52

BUILD A HALLOWEEN DISPLAY LAYOUT
By Rick Kearney
O gauge trains delivery spooky fun on this 4 x 7-foot O gauge layout.
pg. 58

LIONEL'S SETS HIGHLIGHTED 1961
By Joe Algozzini, Roger Carp
Great O-27 and Super O outfits filled the Lionel catalog 50 years ago.
pg. 62
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