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K. Walthers HO steel mill kits to the 1950s\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eSCRATCHBUILDING A CEMENT PLANT\u003cbr\u003eThoughts on modeling a large HO scale industry in a 12-foot space\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eAN INDUSTRIAL LAYOUT IN A BOX\u003cbr\u003eThis large scale layout packs a detailed scene into a 2 x 4-foot space\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eCLASSIC MILL SPANS MANY ERAS\u003cbr\u003eThis rail-served structure in New York State has a century of history\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eSCRATCHBUILD A LARGE LINESIDE PLANT\u003cbr\u003eThe Clay Spur plant processed and shipped bentonite clay\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eBUILD AN OIL DEALERSHIP IN A SMALL SPACE\u003cbr\u003eFilling an empty spot with an industry served by a track off the turntable\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eMODEL A TRANSLOAD TERMINAL\u003cbr\u003eSpecialized equipment adds interest to the transfer of materials between trains and trucks\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eHOW TO MODEL A HEAVY INDUSTRY\u003cbr\u003eParts from a Wm. K. 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Model Railroader - Magazine - Best of Industries - Special 2021

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  • Release: Special 2021
  • Series: Model Railroader
  • Publisher: Kalmbach
Features:

BUILDING FREYTAG’S FOUNDRY, PART 1 & 2
Styrene structural shapes/Assembling craneways, roof supports, dust collectors, and scrap bins

MODEL AN AUTOMOBILE LOADING DOCK
Add a busy industry that doesn’t take up a lot of space

PLANS FOR A FERTILIZER BLEND PLANT
Harold W. Russell supplies illustrations for this rail-served agricultural business

DIESEL-ERA GRAIN OPERATIONS
From grain silos to covered hoppers, this industry offers a variety of possibilities

PLANS FOR A RAIL-SERVED FEED MILL
Boxcars and tank cars made deliveries to this small-town industry

KITBASH A SOYBEAN PROCESSING PLANT
This industry is a great traffic generator for your model railroad

A MASSIVE MILL IN A SMALL SPACE
Kitbashing is the secret to modeling the paper industry in N scale

BIG INDUSTRY IN THE VALLEY
At 8 x 18 feet, this sprawling plant complex is larger than many layouts

SHIPPING CALIFORNIA CITRUS
A layout-sized industry for keeping those reefers rolling

MODEL A BULK PROPANE PLANT
A retail fuel dealership makes an eye-catching customer for your railroad

THE MEAT PACKING INDUSTRY, PART 1 & 2
Packing plants, branch houses, stock yards, and rail traffic/ Sorting out refrigerated car types and time-sensitive operations

ROLLING LIVESTOCK
For more than a century, railroads linked ranches to markets

BIG INDUSTRY ON A SMALL LAYOUT
A major industry that occupies just three square feet on an N scale layout

BUILD AN ASPHALT TRANSFER TERMINAL
A modern high-traffic industry for a narrow shelf space on your layout

ETHANOL: AN INDUSTRY YOU CAN MODEL
How the full-size plants work and how to add them to your layout

BUILD A LIME AND CEMENT DEALER
Kitbashing, scratchbuilding, wood, and plastic all came together on this model

ADD A FREIGHT HOUSE TO YOUR LAYOUT
This trackside building is an instant source of traffic

SWITCHING SANTA FE’S ELEVATOR ‘A’
A railroad employee provided information to operate the elevator like the prototype

MODELING A STEEL MILL IN 4 X 8 FEET
Backdating the Wm. K. Walthers HO steel mill kits to the 1950s

SCRATCHBUILDING A CEMENT PLANT
Thoughts on modeling a large HO scale industry in a 12-foot space

AN INDUSTRIAL LAYOUT IN A BOX
This large scale layout packs a detailed scene into a 2 x 4-foot space

CLASSIC MILL SPANS MANY ERAS
This rail-served structure in New York State has a century of history

SCRATCHBUILD A LARGE LINESIDE PLANT
The Clay Spur plant processed and shipped bentonite clay

BUILD AN OIL DEALERSHIP IN A SMALL SPACE
Filling an empty spot with an industry served by a track off the turntable

MODEL A TRANSLOAD TERMINAL
Specialized equipment adds interest to the transfer of materials between trains and trucks

HOW TO MODEL A HEAVY INDUSTRY
Parts from a Wm. K. Walthers kit formed the basis of this project

PUT YOUR RAILROAD TO WORK, pg. 3
Introduction by Carl Swanson

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!