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Model Railroader - Magazine - Vol. 85 - Issue 12 - Dec. 2018

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  • Vol. 85
  • Issue: 12
  • Release: December 2018
  • Series: Model Railroader
  • Publisher: Kalmbach
Features:

Big-time U.S. railroading in the U.K.
by Brian Moore
One Saturday a month I carry my HO scale model railroad module – Quisling, CA – to a local Scout Hall. There, I meet a few friends who bring their modules, and we get a lot of pleasure running good-looking U.S.-outline, or prototype, trains in a reasonably prototypical way with a dispatcher.

Quonset hut building flats made easy
by Joseph Kreiss
Anyone who served in the military has likely slept, worked, ate, or received medical treatment in a Quonset hut. During World War II, between 150,000 and 170,000 Quonset huts were manufactured. 

40 years on the Utah Belt
by Eric Brooman
An autumn storm is brewing over the Continental Divide and will soon leave a fresh dusting of snow on the higher peaks. The pine-and-sage scented wind is noticeably cooler than the previous week.

Kitbashing an HO scale 2-8-2 steam engine
by Robert A. Boyd
Say there’s a locomotive you need for your roster, but nobody makes one. One answer is to build it yourself, starting with another model that looks fairly close

Overview:

Model Railroader has been the leading model train magazine for the past 75 years.  Each month, we bring you step-by-step modeling projects, fascinating photo tours of model train layouts, unbiased product reviews, new product announcements, tips from the experts and much more!