Narrow Gauge & Shortline Gazette

In The September/October 2014 Issue

September/October
  • Old Placerville On My HOn3 Rio Grande Southern - Part 1 - A Small Hill and the Road
  • Tuolumne - A Typical 1950s Town On My Sn3 West Side Lumber Company Layout - A Fun Project
  • Modeling the HO Scale Windes Inlet Waterfront - Fixed and Removable Details
  • Indoor 7/8n2 Live Steam - EMMA to Monson Railroad #2
  • The Shadow Pines Railroad - An HO Gauge "Bookshelf" Layout
  • Along the Narrow Gauge - Classic Narrow Gauge Locomotives Those Cold Water Brooks Moguls - Part 4: Sisters on Other Lines
  • The Survivors - A sidebar
  • The Narrow Gauge Scene - A Tale of Three Cards
  • Rapid Prototyping Using SketchUp - Computer modeling
  • A Water Tank for My HOn3 Rio Grande Southern Layout - One of Many
  • The On2 Portion of My On2/On3 Empire - "Correct" On2
  • The Groudle Glen Railway - What a Wonderful Name
  • Finishing Off My New Scene - The Coast Oil Refinery
  • Plans & the Regular Monthly Features

COVER: This image of Bill Gould's CAD model of a 3-foot gauge Denver & Rio Grande 2-8-0 easing across a trestle with Colorado peaks towering in the background should stir your imagination.

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