Author: John Armstrong
Publisher: Kalmbach Publishing Co.
This book covers how to create the track plan for your model railroad so that it yields the most satisfying result possible, given what you want and what you can achieve with your restrictions. The first part covers prototype information, while the second part focuses on how to translate that into the model world.
|Chapter||Page||Title / Description|
|4||Introduction to the Third Edition|
|1||6||Loading and Unloading Products and Passengers|
|2||18||Assembling Cars into Trains|
|3||28||Moving Trains over the Railroad|
|4||44||Specialized Trackage and Facilities|
|6||72||Operating Reliability Through Standards|
|7||84||Layout Locations and Shapes|
|8||95||Schematics for Satisfying Operation|
|9||109||Developing the Main Line|
|10||122||Filling in the Details|
|Appendix A||129||The Case History for an HO Track Plan|
|Appendix B||138||Examples of Operation-oriented Pikes|