Model Railroader November 2014

Item #mrr141101

November 2014
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Description
Three ways to weather rolling stock
Add realism to cement hoppers with theatrical makeup, pigment ink, or water-based craft paints

Weathering rooftops
by Pelle Søeborg
How to make the tops of locomotives and freight cars look like the real thing

Enhance the deck of a ready-to-run flatcar
by M.R. Snell
Sand, file, paint, and weather a car to show years of use

Two plans for a modern-era secondary line
by Bob Sprague
These HO and N scale plans model a rural stretch of the CSX Indianapolis Sub

Rising from the ashes
by Steve Brown
Past meets present on a dual-deck, dual-era layout built to replace a model railroad lost to a home fire

Erie milk and express car
by Harold Russell
This steel car was rebuilt for express service after the dairy business moved to trucks

Mid-Atlantic main line in a master bedroom
by Charles Klein
Modeling in N scale means more model railroad for the Pennsylvania, Hudson & Potomac

Accessible 3-D printing
by Alex Marchand
A look at the software and services that can unlock this powerful tool without a huge cash outlay
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