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Model Railroader

June 2019

The world’s most popular model railroading magazine publishes the information you need to build your own railroad. Get Model Railroader digital magazine subscription today for step-by-step how-to projects; great model train layouts; and realistic track plans. You'll also get reviews of the latest locomotives, rolling stock, and accessories in HO, N, O, and other scales, expert tips, and more!

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Kalmbach Publishing Co. - Magazines
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video plus

Watch and learn with MR Video Plus!Is scenery work your favorite part of building a model railroad or is it an intimidating chore? Whatever your skill level, Model Railroader Video Plus has you covered with dozens of tutorials showing how to capture the color and texture of the natural world in miniature.In addition to tips and techniques, you’ll also learn about the latest tools and products to make your layout scenes look their very best.A variety of new videos are added to the online streaming channel each month, so there’s always something to learn at MRVP. Begin your journey to becoming a better model railroader. Subscribe to MR Video Plus today!All about static grass: Scenery projects abound on MR Video Plus, including several videos showing how to use static grass…

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on the web

Bonus layout galleryHoward Gallagher’s HO scale Atlantic & Southern RR fills an 11 x 13-foot spare bedroom with scenes of heavy industry and mainline railroading. You’ll find a full article on the A&S, including the track plan on page 38. Howard also models many freight cars with unique open loads. Check out a gallery of bonus photos of scenes along the A&S, including some of Howard’s custom painted and detailed locomotives and rolling stock.Wallpaper and a videoIn this month’s trackside photo section, you’ll find the above image from contributing editor Lou Sassi’s On30 Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes model railroad. Visitors to ModelRailroader.com can download the image sized appropriately to use as a computer screen background. Want to see the rest of Lou’s layout? Subscribers can also watch an exclusive…

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online extras

Track plan databaseSubscribers have access to an exclusive searchable database of track plans previously published in Model Railroader and select Great Model Railroads and other special issues. Don’t miss this invaluable resource for layout ideas.What’s in a photo?Historical photos can provide a treasure trove for model railroaders looking to capture every last detail of the prototype. Check out this vintage 1958 photo and detailed descriptions courtesy of Classic Trains magazine. Find the link under Online Extras at www.ModelRailroader.com.Don’t miss another bonus!Sign up for the free Model Railroader e-newsletter, and you’ll be the first to learn about new online bonuses, new hobby products, and more! You’ll also get access to the online reader forums.…

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compact is beautiful these days

Layouts like the 3 x 8 Winston-Salem Southbound were a novelty a couple of decades ago. Not anymore. (Bill Zuback photo)Once upon a time, it seemed like almost all hobbyists wanted a grand model railroad empire. As you’ve seen in the pages of Model Railroader over the decades, many actually built them.They spanned entire basements and attics and bonus rooms and other rooms, sometimes even into and through bathrooms.Some are still being built. There appears to be a trend, however, toward more compact projects. Some even challenge the traditional definition of the word “layout.”There are a lot of reasons for the shift. One is quite a number of the folks who built those big layouts years ago are today downsizing into smaller homes. They want to continue the hobby, but…

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model railroader

Founder A.C. Kalmbach 1910-1981Editor Hal MillerManaging Editor Jeff ReichSenior Editor Dana KawalaGroup Technical Editor Cody GrivnoAssociate Editors Steven Otte, Eric WhiteContributing Editors Tony Koester, Pelle Søeborg, Larry Puckett, Lou SassiPhone 262-796-8776E-mail mrmag@mrmag.comFax 262-796-1142Model Railroader Art TeamArt Director Thomas G. DannemanSenior Graphic Designer Scott KrallGraphic Designer Samantha PrimuthLead Illustrator Rick JohnsonProduction Specialist Cindy BarderModel Railroader Video PlusProducer A. David PoppAssociate Producer Kent JohnsonAssociate Editor Ben LakeAssistant Editor Jenny FreelandAdvertising DepartmentAd Sales Manager Lori SchneiderAd Sales Representatives Martha Stanczak, Mike FergusonAd Services Representative Daryl PagelKalmbach MediaChief Executive Officer Dan HickeySenior Vice President, Finance Christine MetcalfSenior Vice President, Consumer Marketing Nicole McGuireVice President, Content/Editorial Director Stephen C. GeorgeVice President, Operations Brian J. SchmidtVice President, Human Resources Sarah A. HornerSenior Director, Advertising Sales and Events David T. ShermanAdvertising Sales Director Scott RedmondCirculation Director Liz…

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news & products

HO ScaleElectro-Motive Division GP9 diesel locomotives. Walthers offers these Proto-series locomotives decorated for Burlington Northern, Bangor & Aroostook, Grand Trunk Western, Milwaukee Road, and Southern Pacific in four road numbers per scheme. The HO scale models have railroadspecific details, light-emitting-diode headlights, and Proto-Max couplers. Direct-current models retail for $199.98. Versions with a dual-mode ESU LokSound Select Digital Command Control and sound decoder sell for $299.98. Wm. K. Walthers Inc., 414-527-0770, www.walthers.comAthearn announces Genesis 2.0 lineThese preproduction samples wear the four paint schemes the Athearn Genesis 2.0 SD90MAC-H will initially be offered in.Athearn Trains announced the Genesis 2.0 line in late March. The first model in this new line will be the HO scale Electro-Motive Division (EMD) SD90MAC-H. The model will be based on the Phase II version of the road…

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