Classic Toy Trains November 2011

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November 2011
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TIPS FOR GOOD-LOOKING TRACK
By Charles Angelo Irace
You can improve the appearance of any track in a few simple steps.
pg. 33

DESIGN COMPLETE TOWN AND COUNTRY SCENES
By Roger Carp
Master builder Pete Vollmer shares his favorite scenery techniques.
pg. 40

2 COMPACT O GAUGE PLANS DELIVER MAXIMUM ACTION
By Terry Thompson
TRACK PLAN OF THE MONTH: Run long locomotives on these two traditional-style 6 x 12-foot layouts.
pg. 42

VISIT A RICHLY DETAILED YET COMPACT O GAUGE LAYOUT
By Roger Carp
Jim Carter packs an entire world into just 120 square feet. Plus Jim shares eight tips for building a realistic layout.
pg. 44

CHOO CHOO BARN MARKS 50 YEARS
By Fred M. Dole
Continuous improvement is the key to a half-century of success at this Pennsylvania toy train landmark.
pg. 50

LIONEL'S POSTWAR QUAD HOPPERS
By Roger Carp
FOCUS ON CLASSICS: Part 1 of a survey on these often-overlooked O gauge freight cars.
pg. 62

AMERICAN FLYER'S 1958 RARITIES
By Ted E. Hamler
FOCUS ON CLASSICS: Guide to scarce S gauge classics that may be hiding in plain sight.
pg. 66

DREAMING OF TRAINS
By Chip Sullivan
Imagination fired by a childhood O gauge layout opened the door to both a lifelong hobby and a rewarding career as a landscape designer.
pg. 69
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