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Publisher: Nick Siegel Executive Editor: Amie Ross Consulting Editor: Robert J. Zenk Associate Editors: David Casdorph, Bill McKean, Don Valentine Circulation Managers: Sandra Tolve, Laura Lopez Typography: Typetronics, Inc.

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Model Railroading is published 12 times a year by Rocky

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Canada (or foreign) - payable in U.S. funds. Unsolicited manuscripts or photographs should be accompanied by r eturn postage and Rocky Mountain Publishing, Inc. assumes no responsibility for the loss or damage of such material. No part of this publication may be reprinted with out written permission from the publishers, Printed in U.S.A. The information contained in the various articles in this magazine is presented in good faith, but no warranty is given, no results guaranteed, nor is any freedom from any patent or copyright to be inferred. Since we have no control over the physical conditions surrounding the application of information in this magazine, Rocky Mountain Publishing, Inc. and the various authors and editors disclaim any liabil i ty for untoward results and or for any physical injury incurred by using the information herein.


May 1989
Volume 1 9, No, 6

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Prototype Articles (The Source - Made for Modelers): 4 11 20 30 46 52 " D iesel Detai l C l os e- U ps" I ndex O hio Coal M ines - Prototype and in HO Scale by Jake DavislRobert Schleicher H i story of the ART Reefer, Box, & Covered Hoppers - The Final C h apter by Gene Semon M i l k Trains, Part I I - C reamery Ope rations by J. Emmons Lancaster Lemont, I l l inois - A Photo Journal
by Matt Kosic

USRA Standard R PO Cars - The M yth Revealed by D.B. Valentine, Jr.

F idellty-to-Prototype Articles (How-YOU-Can-Do-It): 24 Detailing Passeng e r Car Ends
by David Werner

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Modelers' tricks are just what the name implies, special techniques that make a particular aspect of model building easier, faster, less expensive, more realistic and (in many cases) a combination of all four! These t ricks are applicable to ANY model that uses similar materials and that is why we label them as "modelers' tricks". If, for example, Goldberg's "Super Jet" cement works well to attach a plastic smokestack to a roof, i t (the 'trick' technique) will work equally as well to attach a plastic air horn to a plastic diesel. The "TRICK" logo will help you to spot helpful techniques even if the particular project does not interest you at the moment.

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ON THE COVER: The Gurnsey Valley HO Scale Model Railroad Club layout starts on page nine
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