My Library - S/Sn3 Modeling Guide 1996-02 Articles

Are You In The Mood?

Page:
4
Author:
Bill Wade
Category:
Model Railroad Philosophy
Description:
Consider period music to put you in the mood for modeling, or to enhance the overall experience of your layout.

CAD is no longer a Cad!

Page:
14
Author:
Bill Wade
Category:
Model Railroads and Computers
Description:
Computer Aided Design is now an integral part of the manufacturing of model railroad products.

Painting, Lettering, and Weathering Baltimore & Ohio M-53 and M-53A Wagontop Boxcars

Page:
16
Authors:
Brendon L. Graeber & Geoffrey M. Graeber, MD
Category:
Freight Cars - Box Cars
Scale:
S
Description:
This installment continues the last issue's article, this time covering the decorating of the models, accompanied by step-by-step lettering photos. A materials list is also provided.

Finistere

Page:
21
Author:
Kelvin White
Category:
Layouts - S
Scale:
S
Description:
The article covers the author's sectional Canadian National exhibition layout. The model represents an extension of the Caraquet & Gulf Shore lines on the Acadian Peninsular in New Brunswick, Canada, set in 1968 to 1972. The article includes a track plan and many photos of the layout.

Railroadin' on the Internet

Page:
27
Author:
Bill Wade
Category:
Model Railroads and Computers
Description:
A (dated) update article on new web sites and e-mail addresses available.

Don't Let It Stump You!

Page:
29
Author:
David Spence
Category:
Scenery - Trees, Shrubs, Bushes
Scale:
S
Description:
The author's company, Master Creations, sells metal stumps. This article covers how to make those stumps look like real wood.

Mr. Plaster's Paster Products

Page:
31
Author:
Bill Wade
Category:
Product Review
Scale:
S
Description:
Several HO-scale loads and crates are available from Mr. Plaster that are usable in S-scale.

P-B-L's 1934 Ford Trucks

Page:
34
Author:
Tim Godfrey
Category:
Product Review
Scale:
S
Description:
These models originally designed and produced by the late Jim Finnell under the name "Chama Model Shop and Gallery". He sold the line to P-B-L who continue to produce and sell them under the name "Milestone Automobiles".

From the Observation Lounge

Page:
39
Author:
David Lull
Category:
Layout Design
Description:
Scene separation and view blocking is discussed.