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Publishers: S. S. Danielsen, Nick Siegel Executive Editor: Amie Ross Consulting Editor: Robert J. Zenk Contributing Editors: David Casdorph, Bill McKean, Don Valentine Circulation Managers: Sandra Tolve, Laura Lopez Typography: Typetronics, Inc. Production Manager: Laura Lopez

MODEL RAILROADING
ATTAINABLE EXCELLENCE
J uly 1989 Volume 19, Number 7

TABLE OF CONTENTS
PROTOTYPE ARTICLES (The Source - Made for Modelers): 4 21 26 32 35 44 56 Freight Cars of the Thirties Index ALCO Century C425- Part One of Two: Norfolk and Western Style by Jim Six The Southern Railway's U23B's by Doug Nuckles Chicago & Northwestern's 155000 Series Fifty-Foot Box Cars by David G. Casdorph A Main Central Railroad Dairy Products Car by Bruce Douglas Plans by Edward F. Phelan, Jr. Box Car Buying On The Delaware & Hudson The Conclusion by John Nehrich Electro-Motive Division SD40-2- British Columbia Railway #751-759, #761, #763-767 by Doug Nuckles Modern HO Scale Box Car Kits- A Survey by David G. Casdorph Rolling Stock Review - Walthers' HO PS-l Box Car by Mike Nesbitt The Southern Railway's U23B'sBuild A Baby U-Boat With A High Hood by Doug Nuckles Chicago & Northwestern's 155000 Seriesby David G. Casdorph Fifty-Foot Box Cars A Maine Central Railroad Dairy Products Car by Bruce Douglas Gulf, Mobile and Ohio Box Car House by Scott Pitzer Treasures From Trash by Mike Nesbitt

Model Railroading is published 12 limes a year by Rocky Mountain Publishing, Inc., 2854 Larimer St., Denver, CO 80205, (303) 292-0124. Price per single copy is $2.75 in U.S.A. Subscriptions are $28.00 in the U.S.A. or $36.00 in Canada (or foreign) - payable in U.S. funds. Unsolicited manuscripls or photographs should be accompanied by return postage and Rocky Mounlain Publishing, Inc. assumes no responsibility for the loss or damage 01 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 Ihe various articles in Ihis 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 Ihe application of
information in this magazine, Rocky Mountain Publishing, Inc. and the various authors and edilors disclaim any liabil ity for untoward results and or for any physical injury incurred by using the information herein. Copyrighl 1989 by Rocky Mountain Publishing, Inc.

FIDELITY -TO-PROTOTYPE ARTICLES (How-YOU -Can-Do-It): 18 20 26 32 35 53 60

tisements, but only from manufacturers, authorized direct importers and publishers for their own prod ucts. We do not accept price discount ads of any kind. We feel this is the only way to expose model ers directly to what the manufacturers want to say about their own products, as a supplement to our new products features, test reports and other prod uct reviews. We expect absolutely no change in our editorial policy - the manufacturers value our independent stand in reviewing their products almost as much as our readers. Please send all advertising inquiries to Rocky

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L AYOUT TOUR: 11 41 61

by Alf Bossaers A New England Railroad Across The Atlantic Cantington Ntrak by Bob Vensel Gulf, Mobile and Appalachian by Daniel Miller

DEPARTMENTS : 5 5 6-8 6-8 9-10 10 17 24-25 64 65 71 Editorial Milepost One- A Layout Tips and Techniques Column New Products "The Sandhouse" - A News Column New Product Close-Up - The Stephans' Directories The Pennsylvania Railroad 4-4-2- A Research Column "Out of the Litter Box" Feedback- More on Milk Cars The Society Page Letters to the Editor Advertising Index

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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 fourl These tricks are applicable to ANY model that uses similar materials and that is why we label them as "modelers' tricks". If, lor example, Goldberg's "Super Jet" cement works well to attach a plastic smokestack to a roof, it (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: Bob Vensel and Paul Fulks are two "N"thusiasts whose
friendship has resulted in "Cantington Ntrak. " For more on their endeavor, turn to page 41. Paul Fulks photo

MODEL RAILROADING (ISSN 0199-1914) is published 12 times a year at $28.00 per year in U.S.A., $36.00 in Canada, by Rocky Mountain
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