NOVEMBER 2019: Dave Stanley has expanded operations on his freelanced HO scale Morada Belt Railway to include additional run-through traffic from lines connecting throughout the Pacific West. Scott Sanders returns with a Burlington boxcar kitbash based off a Tangent model, while Sammy Carlisle creates two versions of Santa Fe’s unique SF30B diesel rebuild. Enjoy scenery tips and techniques, product news and reviews, and more in the November issue of Railroad Model Craftsman!
As freight cars grew in height during the 1960s, it became apparent that standard cupolas could no longer provide the forward vision needed by rear end crews to watch over the train.
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