The Model Railroader's Guide to Locomotive Servicing Terminals: Modeling Servicing Facilities & Operations on Any Layout
Learn about prototype engine servicing areas and their functions, and how to model them on any layout. Includes tips and techniques for modeling trackage, structures, and other terminal details appropriate for the steam or diesel era.
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SECTION ONE Steam locomotive servicing
TWO Water tanks and columns
THREE Ash pits and cinder hoists
SECTION TWO Diesel locomotive servicing
SECTION THREE Modeling servicing terminals
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