Narrow Gauge & Shortline Gazette

In The September/October 2016 Issue

  • My 16mm Scale, Live Steam, Guiness Brewery Tramway System - What fun.
  • Operations on My Clear Creek Lumber Company - Moving the logs.
  • An Sn3 Model of RGS Work Goose #1 - Prize Winner
  • Monorails - In the Trenches
  • An S Gauge 45-ton Logging Diesel - Close enough.
  • Along the Narrow Gauge - My Historic Photo Album - The Eureka & Palisade Railroad, Part 1
  • Adding "Life" to Your Models - Radio-Control, Battery Power and Animation in a 1:20.3 Scale RGS Inspection Car
  • Denver & Rio Grande Western Marshall Pass Depot
  • The Most Narrow Gauge Shay? Two little ones.
  • Twenty Years of Modeling the RGS in HOn3 - The First Decade
  • Dallas Divide on My HOn3 Rio Grande Southern - Part 1 - The Log Cribbing
  • Help and Encouragement - It's Great to Have Friends
  • The Narrow Gauge Scene - Campbell Scale Models
  • Plans & the Regular Monthly Features

COVER: John H. Coker painted our cover. His painting depicts a Baldwin 2-6-6-2 logging Mallet that was built in 1934 for the Weyerhauser Timber Company. She was sold to the Sierra Railroad in 1952 as their #38, and to Rayonier in 1955. In 1967 she was put on display, then saved from the scrappers torch by Fred Kepner, who now has the locomotive at Merrill, Oregon.

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