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The author describes how a Howe bridge gains its strength. He provides templates and a step-by-step guide to building such a bridge. Also included are construction photos.
The author shares his personal story about how he evolved in his modeling interests, and how some well-known S-scale modelers are doing something similar now.
The author builds a super-structure (a B&O U-2 Unloader) on top of a Centerline Products track cleaner, so that it can remain on the layout without being so obvious.
Detailed information about how trains have been controlled, what "dead rail" is, and how to convert your engines to battery power. The article is continued on page 33 of the PDF version.
Using HO-scale structures in the background in deep corners can yield an effective forced-perspective.
The author is in the process of moving to a new home, so he is using this opportunity to make some changes to his sectional layout, such as switching to battery power. Includes a sidebar on how to create fish from used chop sticks.
The author reports on the Spree held in Ohio, with several photos.
An old hot dog wrapper (unused) led the author to having decals created for it to decorate a reefer car.
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