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Garden Railways

May 2019

TAKE YOUR MODEL TRAINS OUTDOORS! GARDEN RAILWAYS MAGAZINE WILL HELP YOU MAKE YOUR BACKYARD COME ALIVE. EVERY ISSUE IS PACKED WITH TIPS ON DESIGNING AND LANDSCAPING YOUR RAILWAY, REVIEWS OF LOCOMOTIVES AND OTHER NEW PRODUCTS – EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW TO CREATE YOUR OWN OUTDOOR RAILWAY.

Pays:
United States
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Kalmbach Publishing Co. - Magazines
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steam in the garden

Past monthPast 6 monthsPast yearMore than a year agoNot at allMY GUESS IS that you’re already asking, “Don’t you mean steam in the garden?” To which I would reply, “Steam (live-steam or otherwise) in the garden is STEAM in the garden!” Confused? Well, before I let this digress into an Abbott and Costello comedy routine, please allow me to explain.Past surveys suggested most GR readers matriculated from a formal classroom setting many years ago. As such, some may not be aware STEAM is an increasingly popular educational approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math disciplines to guide students in their formative years. Hmmm… Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics. Would you know any garden railroaders who rely on any (or all) of those focuses to…

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garden railways

Editor Kent JohnsonProduction Editor Rene SchweitzerGroup Technical Editor Cody GrivnoArt Director LuAnn Williams BelterGraphic Designer Kelly Katlaps, Lisa SchroederProduction Specialist Jodi JeranekHorticultural Editor Nancy NorrisContributing Editor Kevin StrongKalmbach Media Co.Chief Executive Officer Dan HickeySr. Vice President, Finance Christine MetcalfSr. Vice President, Consumer Marketing Nicole McGuireVice President, Content Stephen C. GeorgeVice President, Operations Brian J. SchmidtVice President, Human Resources Sarah A. HornerSr. Director, Advertising Sales and Events David T. ShermanAdvertising Sales Director Scott RedmondCirculation Director Liz RunyonArt and Production Manager Michael SolidayNew Business Manager Cathy DanielsRetention Manager Kathy SteeleSingle Copy Specialist Kim RedmondAdvertising Sales RepresentativeMichael WielochE-mail: mwieloch@gardenrailways.comEditorial inquiriesKent Johnson, Editor262-796-8776Fax: 262-796-1142E-mail: kjohnson@gardenrailways.comorRene Schweitzer262-796-8776Fax: 262-796-1142E-mail: rschweitzer@gardenrailways.comPO Box 161221027 Crossroads CircleWaukesha WI 53187-1612…

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news

Engines & rolling stockLGB (Marklin), has announced several new items. First, the firm has released a 2019 brochure of new items. This 44-page catalog includes locomotives, rolling stock, detail items, electronics, and more. See your local hobby retailer or download a PDF from lgb.com. The company has also announced several new Coca-Cola licensed products, including a diesel locomotive (L27631, shown), boxcar (L40672), tank car (L40810), and caboose (L40757). Delivery is expected during the third quarter of the year. Lastly, LGB has announced an exclusive club car for members of the North American LGB Club, available by the end of 2019. Club members can purchase a tank car decorated for Sinclair gas stations (Era V, shown). Price: $224.99. Visit lgb.com for more information.Accucraft, 3260 Central Ave, Union City CA 94587 has…

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letters

FULL OF WORTHY ARTICLESAfter receiving notice of a change in editor and reducing the number of issues for Garden Railways, I was afraid the publication might not be as good anymore.Well, my fears are gone after reading the Spring 2019 issue. It was packed full of articles worthy of reading with all the graphics and pictures for a garden railroader to enjoy. I will be looking forward to all the future issues.–Mike Martin, mmartingarden1@gmail.comMORE TRAIN SET REVIEWSCongratulations! I’ve been a longtime reader of your articles, going back to when you joined Classic Toy Trains. I look forward to where you are taking this magazine.When I first ventured into large scale modeling, it would have been beneficial to see more product reviews of train sets and other basic information about getting…

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take control of track power

THERE ARE SEVERAL WAYS to power our locomotives—battery power, track power, and even live-steam or gas-powered engines. But track power remains an important method of powering trains in this hobby, because it’s economical and the components are easily accessible.Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned hobbyist, you’ll want to learn about track power. At some point, you will encounter a track-powered railroad, perhaps at a train show or club open house. You may also want the flexibility of running other folks’ trains on your line. Track power is an easy way to accomplish that.Many hobbyists are generally familiar with track power and have may have set up a starter set. But if you haven’t purchased or even used a train controller before, don’t worry—I’m here to help. With a little knowledge…

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kid-friendly garden railroading

WE ALL KNOW THAT GARDEN RAILROADING is a magical hobby, one that we enjoy sharing with other adult enthusiasts. But have you considered inviting a child to share in the fascination?Kids of any age (and adults too) aren’t given to stand by and idly observe a garden railway. Rather, most would prefer to participate in the vast number of the activities required to keep a railway operating. If you think of the garden railway as a safe place for a child to explore, it then becomes the art medium, the canvas, the clay, the circuit board, and the weather instruments for limitless learning. Even in its simplest form, a railway can be a particularly useful space to acquire and apply wisdom, learn new lessons, and gain invaluable experiences.With that in mind,…

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