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RAILROADING

MODEL

July 1998
VOLUME 28 NUMBER 7
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FEATURES
20 ... BEHIND THE SCENES Tricking the Eye
by Margaret Mansfield

22 ... T he Early SD Units - Part 10: Kennecott Copper (Nevada Northern) & Milwaukee Road
by George Melvin

27 ... Heartland Express
by Bernie Fahrner and Gary Walton

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T he Great Northern Railway in Washington State
by Tim Morris

28 ... FREIGHTCAROLOGY General American's Other Freight Cars Part 1: Airslide and Power Flo Covered Hoppers
by David G. Casdorph

52 ... DCC UPDATE Model Railroading T akes a look at DCC Part XV: Reverse loops...and Too Much Else to List
by Larry Puckett

31 ... T he East End of the Erie Railroad - A Brief look Back
by V. S. Roseman

36 ... Detailing and Weathering A B&O 50' N Scale Box
by Scott Seekins

58 ... ON TRACK Installing Digital Command Control on a Home layout - Part 9: View From the Cab ... Workin' for the Railroad
by Jim Mansfield

38 ... MODELING MODERN INTERMODAL Vans and Cans - Boxcars of the '90s Early 102s of Transamerica Transportation Services - Modeling with the Accurail 45' Van
by Gary Walton

6 2 ... Modeling an Atlantic Coast Line EMD E7
by Jim Six

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DIESEL DETAIL CLOSE-UP

Union Pacific EMD GP20
by Rich Picariello

DEPARTMENTS
5 T Editorial 13 T letters to the Editor

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New Products

17 T Product Reviews 57 T Society Page

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Book Beat

70 T Dealer Directory 81 T Your Trek Plan 86 T Advertiser Index
Number 32, the eastbound Empire Builder l eft Seattle at 3 : 30 PM so there is still plenty of sunlight here at Tunnel # 1 1 on this summer day. Even with 1 6 streamline cars in tow, the four F units make easy work of taking the train up the grade on Tim Morris's Great Northern Cascade Divi sion layout. Turn to page 44 for more. P hoto by Randy Lee. INSET: F or a nostalgic trip back i n time to the Erie's east end, turn to page 3 1 . Vic Roseman uses his photographic and modeljng talents to recreate what once was. Photo by V. S. Roseman.

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