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C1773-1
Modern Benchwork using All Plywood Construction
by OnDrew Hartigan
C1205-1
The Florida Special – 1963 to 1972 – Prototype and Modeling
by Jim Langston III
C1133-1
European Train Museums
by Frank Houzvicka
C1162-1
Arduinos - The Very, Very Basics
by Tom Gordon
C1239-1
Kadee Couplers - A Treatise
by Paul Hobbs
C1203-2
Seaboard Coast Line Passenger Service 1967 – 1971
by Jim Langston III
C2186-1
UP Laramie Engine Facility, Modeling and Operations in 1953
by Mike Brock
C1235-1
Adding Signals to your Layout with LCC
by Dick Bronson
M1178-1
MWTM - “Scenery by the Square Foot” - A Two Part Clinic (Part A)
by Clark Kooning MMR HLM
C1466-1
What is up with those Canadian Grain Cars Anyway?
by Gilbert Thomas
C1123-1
Building and Operating a Model Railroad in a Middle School Classroom
by Jeffrey Allen
C1215-1
Forty Five Years of Amtrak
by Paul Hobbs
C1244-1
Using Digital Photography to Enhance Modeling
by Bill Brown MMR
C1136-1
Building an HO Module to NMRA Standards
by Michael Collins MMR
C1143-1
Storytelling and the Art of Model Railroading
by Bruce Metcalf
C1200-1
The Montrealer / Washingtonian – history, modeling, and personal stories
by Jim Langston III
C1208-1
Steam Locomotive Parts, Appliances and Fittings
by Frank Peacock
C1241-1
Planning and Building a Scene From Start to Finish
by Bill Brown MMR
C1216-1
Modeling the Prototype-North Whitefield Maine
by Pete Magoun MMR