The Model Railroader's Guide to Freight Cars
Freight cars are the backbone of any railroad--in the real world or on your operating layout. Get a brief history of each type of North American freight car, then learn how car designs have changed from World War I to the present. Includes techniques for modeling realistic rolling stock in any scale.- Perfect for beginning or intermediate model railroaders- Written by Jeff Wilson, former "Model Railroader associate editor and author of numerous Kalmbach books- Supported by national advertising in "Model Railroader magazine
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