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March 2005
VOLUME 35 NUMBER 1

FEATURES
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SD-24: The First Turbo SD

Part 6: Kennecott Copper, C&NW and GTI by George Melvin
Modeling a Canadian SD40-2

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PROTOTYPES FOR MODELS FREIGHTCAROLOGY

with Elephant Ears by Bob Boudreau
Casting Boulders

by Doug Geiger, MMR
Corn Syrup Tank Cars Part 7

Schneider Nationals 53 Railborne Trailers Prototypes for the A-Line HO Scale Models by David G. Casdorph
DIESEL DETAIL CLOSE-UP

An Overview of Syrup Designs From the 1970s to the Present Trinity 17,600-Gal, 100-Ton Design by Tim Frederick
Schuylkill Valley Model Railroad Club (HO)

48 52

Missouri-Kansas-Texas (MKT) EMD GP40 by Rich Picariello
ON TRACK

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by Ron Natale & Gary Walton

String Theory by Jim Mansfield

DEPARTMENTS
5 9 10 16
Editorial Ready Track Sandhouse (New Products) Product Reviews
HO/N: Atlas Trinity 17,600-gal Corn Syrup Tank Car HO: Athearn Ready To RollTM EMD SD45T-2 HOn3: Con-Cor Galloping Goose Railbus Multi-Scale: Tractronics SwitchWitch

Photo by Gary Walton

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Book Beat The Society Page Boys in the Basement Your Trek Plan Advertiser Index

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ABOUT THE COVER

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A C&O H6 leads a westbound Schuylkill Valley coal drag toward the town of Perkiomen, PA, on the Schuylkill Valley Model Railroad Club in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. For a tour of this club layout and to learn about its what if scenario, turn to page 36. Photo by Gary Walton. INSET: After a lengthy absence from the pages of MRG, Bob Boudreau returns with his article on modeling one of the Canadian Pacifics unique elephant ear SD40-2s. His article begins on page 26. Photo by Bob Boudreau.

Photo by Bob Boudreau

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