Trackwork and Lineside Detail for Your Model Railroad

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Kalmbach Publishing, Co., 2000 - Crafts & Hobbies - 96 pages
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Turn your attention to the finer details of trackwork and lineside activities. In this book, you'll find tips, techniques, and ideas for working with track and the details immediately alongside it. Features clear photographic instructions, including illustrated references to prototype trackwork and details.
 

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Contents

FLEXIBLE TRACKWORK 1 Flextrack for smooth operation
4
Laying flextrack on curves
6
Railroading without derailments
7
Supe re leva ting HO flextrack
9
HAN0LAYING TRACKWORK
12
Better N scale tracklaying techniques
17
WORKING WITH TURNOUTS 7 All about turnouts
20
Building a turnout from scratch
22
Bridge guard rails
62
Bumping posts and car stops
64
Switch stands and targets
68
Switch stand appurtenances
71
Railroad line poles
72
Mileposts and scale miles
75
Railroad speed signs
77
Whistle posts
80

Handlaying code 40 turnouts in N scale
34
Hide those switch motors
41
Tortoise tips
43
REALISTIC TRACKWORK 12 Track profiles
45
Name that track
47
the finishing touch
52
Weathering track for realism
55
LINESI0E 0ETAIL 16 Track and lineside details
57
Derails
60
Flanger signs
82
Instrument cases and where to find them
83
Instrument houses
86
Build a slidedetector fence
88
Model an HO scale ACI scanner
90
Automatic badorder detector
92
Traindefectdetection installations
94
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