Narrow Gauge & Shortline Gazette

In The July/August 2015 Issue

  • The Rise, Fall, and Rise Again of My Tall Pine Lumber Company Railroad - Come visit at the convention.
  • The Town at Port Cradding Harbor on My Sn3 Degulbeef & Cradding Railroad - Fantasy.
  • A Good Starting Point - Modifying Figures
  • My On3 Golden Circle R.R. Dump Cars - Heavy Duty Equipment for a Florence & Cripple Creek Branch Line
  • Get'n Down - Part 1: Steve Strebel's Underground Irontown
  • Old Placerville on My HOn3 Rio Grande Southern - Part 5 - Building the Schoolhouse
  • Along the Narrow Gauge - Classic Narrow Gauge Locomotives A Well-traveled Forney - Part 5: The 2-foot Gauge Boomer Survives
  • Building a Box/Stock Car in 7/8n2 - Massive.
  • Operating my HOn3 Silver San Juan - Part 3: Maintenance
  • Looking Back at My On3 Denver, South Park & Pacific Layout - Part 1: Vision and Design
  • Bits and Pieces - Clearing the deck.
  • Houston: "We Have NO Problems!" - Come to the Houston convention.
  • Plans & the Regular Monthly Features

COVER: Our cover painting by Ron Hatch won First Place at the American Society of Railway Artist's first annual exhibition held at the Station Art Gallery in Westfield, New York, September 19 - October 11, 2014. Ron's painting is titled, "Spoon River Crossing," and depicts Fulton County Narrow Gauge northbound #100, crossing the Spoon River in Illinois, at London Mills.

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