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April 2003
VOLUME 33 NUMBER 4

FEATURES
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ON TRACK
Photo by Randy Lee

There Comes a Time by Jim Mansfield
Modeling a Chicago, Burlington & Quincy GP30

by Jim Six
Scratchbuilding Wards Sawmill

Part 3A: The Woodworking Shop by Sam Swanson
Modeling Western Mountain Railroad Operations

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S-1: ALCOs First Standard Switcher

A Large Layout in a Moderate Space by Jerry Peterson
PROTOTYPES-FOR-MODELS FREIGHTCAROLOGY

Part 7: DMU, D&M, E&W by George Melvin
DIESEL DETAIL CLOSE-UP

Athearn Genesis and LBF HO Models of the Trinity 5161: Part 2 by David G. Casdorph

Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) GMLG SD70MAC by Rich Picariello

DEPARTMENTS
5 9 10
Editorial Letters to the Editor Product Reviews
HO: Atlas F-M H16-44 N: Atlas F-M H15-44 HO: Bachmann GE E33

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ABOUT THE COVER

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Ready Track New Products Society Page Dealer Directory Boys in the Basement Your Trek Plan Advertiser Index

Photo by Sam Swanson

A massive Union Pacific 2-8-8-0 Bull Moose slowly makes its way onto the dual-track ballasted deck bridge that spans The Gorge on Jerry Peterson's Union Pacific/T. Roo layout. A Frisco Russian Decapod, operating as a foreign locomotive, crawls along the inside wall of The Gorge just minutes away from a spectacular over/under scene. High atop the inside wall, a 3-truck Shay is supporting the Vista Mesa logging operation on the T. Roo Railway. This photographer's dream is hard to find but well worth the effort. We were there, and our photos and story are this month's feature article beginning on page 34. Photo by Randy Lee. INSET: The Chicago, Burlington & Quincy had both Phase I and Phase 2 GP30s. Starting on page 22, Jim Six turns his attention to detailing and weathering a decorated Life-Like Proto 2000 CB&Q Phase 2 GP30 model. Photo by Jim Six.

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