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October 2004
VOLUME 34 NUMBER 8

20 24 31 34

SD-24: The First Turbo SD

Part 2: Santa Fe by George Melvin
Virginian Boxcars

36
39 42
PVC Spline Roadbed

Modeling the Entire Fleet by Larry E. Smith, MMR
Town & City Street Paving Made Easy

by Bama Harman, MMR
Corn Syrup Tank Cars Part 4

With Walthers Modular Panels by V. S. Roseman
ON TRACK

An Overview of Syrup Designs From the 1970s to the Present by Tim Frederick
PROTOTYPES FOR MODELS FREIGHTCAROLOGY

Bridging the New Heights Reached and slipping something in! by Jim Mansfield
Modeling a Penn Central U23B

48 52

Walthers 40 High-Cube Container Part 3 by David G. Casdorph
DIESEL DETAIL CLOSE-UP

36

by Jim Six

Great Northern GE U25B by Rich Picariello

DEPARTMENTS
5 9 10 13 16
Photo by V. S. Roseman

Editorial Ready Track Sandhouse (New Products) The Society Page Product Reviews
HO: Trix NYC USRA Light 2-8-2 HO: Roundhouse EMD Model 40 HO: Life-Life Proto 2000 EMD GP38-2

19 63 65 70

Book Beat Boys in the Basement Your Trek Plan Advertiser Index

31
ABOUT THE COVER

You dont drive up Kedzie Street if you are in any kind of a hurry...the Rock Island has several diesels assigned to service all the industries here, and trains roll down the middle of the street day and night. Beginning on page 31, Vic Roseman shows how Walthers modular street panels can be used to easily model brick, cobblestone, concrete and asphalt street scenes...and even do scenes like this one with a track down the center of the street. Photo by V. S. Roseman.

Photo by Jim Six

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