SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2018: This O scale sawmill was built by Chuck Lind, MMR, and won Best Of Show at the 2017 National Narrow Gauge Convention. Gregg Condon ends the tour of his HOn3 RGS when the train reaches Ridgway. Mike Schrier tells about completing his On30 Chama layout. Bill Allen describes his 1:20.3 scale live steam Climax, and Mallory Hope Ferrell continues his series on the Nevada County Narrow Gauge. Other articles include one about Ellis D. Atwood, one on an On3 Motorcar, and another on an On30 “Pizza” layout. All this, plus six plans, in the September/October 2018 Narrow Gauge & Short Line Gazette!
The turpentine industry was very important in the early days of the United States, and played a key part in the American Revolution by supplying tar, pitch, and turpentine to the navy.
White River Productions is pleased to announce it has acquired O Scale Trains Magazine from publisher Jaini Giannovario, effective immediately.
The result of three weeks effort was a detailed 9×9-inch scene of a lumber yard, and after I added some trash, extra oil drums and debris, my lumberyard is open for business. I hope Mt. Albert will consider more HO kits in the future.