HO Scale Model Railroading: Getting Started in the Hobby

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Kalmbach Publishing, Co., 2003 - Crafts & Hobbies - 96 pages
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Starting with benchwork and ending with realistic scenery, this practical, no-nonsense guide provides insight into the fundamentals of model railroading in the hobby's most popular scale. Features up-to-date techniques and references many significant new products.

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Great Start for beginning HO Model Railroaders

User Review  - mscwolf - Overstock.com

If you were to buy one book to get someone started and hooked! in HO Model Railroading this is the one. It gives you the very important facts of what to look for when purchasing your first trains sets ... Read full review

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This book is a great beginners book for HO scale railroading. It does cover major areas like benchwork, trackwork, scenery, and wiring. I do wish that Jeff went over scenery a little more though.


Basics of HO Scale
Wheels and Trucks
Bench work
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Jeff Wilson is a former staff member of "Tricycle: The Buddhist Review," the widest-read Buddhist magazine in the United States. He lives in Queens, New York.
Mike Taylor's cartoons have appeared in "Tricycle: The Buddhist Review" and the book "Buddha Laughing,"

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