MAY 2017: Travel the rails of Mike Porter’s HO scale Chicago Great Western layout, check out Lance Mindheim’s weathering of a Los Angeles Junction CF7, learn an “old school” scenery lesson as Joseph Kreiss creates realistic ground cover from sawdust, see James Kincaid’s in-depth look at the GSI 45-foot pulpwood flat, and much more in the May issue of Railroad Model Craftsman!
White River Productions is pleased to announce it has acquired the Narrow Gauge & Short Line Gazette magazine from Benchmark Publications.
Westerfield kits, by virtue of using molded urethane resin for most of their components, require a bit more experience and patience to complete successfully. The end result is a detailed, properly weighted and free rolling HO-scale model of a widely used, early 20th Century railroad stock car.
The Mini-Hy Cubes, while limited to only a few original owners, do represent a very colorful and interesting prototype that saw service across many different U.S. railroads and, therefore, are perfectly suited for inclusion in almost any consist dated from late 1967 through the 1980s era.