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April 2004
VOLUME 34 NUMBER 2

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Photo by V. S. Roseman

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FEATURES
EXTENDED REVIEW

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A Visit to the Deep Run Railroad

Proto 1000 New York City IRT Subway Cars by V. S. Roseman
Modeling a Railway Express Terminal

As Told by Samuel Harper (On30) by Steve Fisher
S-1: ALCOs First Standard Switcher

From a Walthers Kit: Part 1 by V. S. Roseman
DIESEL DETAIL CLOSE-UP

Part 17: Penn Central and Port Huron & Detroit by George Melvin
PROTOTYPES FOR MODELS FREIGHTCAROLOGY

Union Pacific Alco PA-1/PB-1 by Rich Picariello
Modeling Southern Green GP7 Locomotives

Walthers 33,000-Gallon Tank Car by David G. Casdorph
ON TRACK

by Jim Six

The Power of Layout Construction by Jim Mansfield

DEPARTMENTS
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Editorial Letters Sandhouse (New Products) Product Reviews
HO: Broadway Limited PRR T-1 4-4-4-4 HO: Proto 1000 NYC IRT Subway Cars

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Photo by Ed Houk

Society Page Dealer Directory Boys in the Basement Your Trek Plan Advertiser Index

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ABOUT THE COVER

Jim Six modified this Life-Like Proto 2000 unit by adding modest detail enhancements and adeptly applying weathering to create a model that captures the true feel of the prototype. Turn to page 32 to learn how you too can get results like this. Photo by Jim Six. INSET: A pair of mechanical horses are ready to haul express wagons anywhere they are needed around the Railway Express terminal in Jersey City. The sawhorse barriers were used frequently to keep motor traffic for the ferries to Manhattan separate from REA movements with slow-moving express wagons. Vic Roseman shows how he built this Walthers kit that is based on a prototype in that New Jersey city. Photo by V. S. Roseman.

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