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June 2001
VOLUME 31 NUMBER 4

FEATURES
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Modeling Pennsys Century 630:

A Second-Generation Brute by Stuart R. Thayer by V. S. Roseman
Photo by Stuart Thayer

Distressing Plastic No-Sweat Spline Roadbed

by William Mitchell

GP40: The First 645 Geep Part 9:

KCS and L&N by George Melvin
Re-Creating Horseshoe Curve in HO

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ON TRACK

Lloyd Larsons Pennsy Layout by Doug Geiger, MMR ICCU to INAU by David G. Casdorph

CONTAINERS A-Z

Well, Its About Time by Jim Mansfield
BEHIND THE SCENES

MODELING MODERN INTERMODAL

Transamerica Distribution Services Part 3: Under-Mount Reefer & Initial Weathering by Gary Walton

Square Corner Backdrops: Tricks of the Trade...No Smoke or Mirrors by Margaret Mansfield
DIESEL DETAIL CLOSE-UP

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CSXT GE AC4400CW #100 by Rich Picariello

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DEPARTMENTS
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Editorial Letters New Products Product Reviews Society Page Dealer Directory Boys in the Basement Your Trek Plan Advertiser Index

Photo by Jim Mansfield

56 63 71 73 78 ABOUT THE COVER

The mail train is pulled upgrade by a set of E7s around McGinleys Curve on Lloyd Larsons Pennsylvania Railroad layout while a coal drag drifts downgrade. Note the different sizes and grades of coal in those hoppers. Turn to page 40 for a tour of Lloyds layout and its re-creation of Pennsys famous Horseshoe Curve in HO scale. Photo by Doug Geiger, MMR. INSET: On page 20, Stuart Thayer also focuses on the Pennsy with his article on detailing a predecorated PRR C630 from Stewart a true second-generation brute. Photo by Stuart Thayer.

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