JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2019: Jeff Scherb takes you on a tour of the 30-inch gauge Kalka-Simla Railway in India. Jeff tells us advanced reservations are recommended because the ride is so spectacular. For something really different read Urban Narrow Gauge by Todd Gieg, where he describes his HOn3 Boston Revere Beach & Lynn. Mike May has modeled the modern narrow gauge scene with his HOn3 White Pass & Yukon layout. Large scalers will enjoy Bob Poli’s F scale South Pacific Coast caboose 47, and scenery fans will learn from Bob Bennett’s techniques for creating a scenic pond. All this and more in the January/February 2019 Narrow Gauge & Short Line Gazette.

Current Issue

January/February 2019

Volume 44, No. 6


Special Feature

The Kalka-Simla

by Jeff Scherb — Railway to the Raj

Features

Over The Rio Grande Southern In Sn3

by Bill Busacca, MMR — A photo tour, part 2: Rico to Dolores

Layout Refinements

by Dr. Gregg Condon, MMR — Narrow that road

Urban Narrow Gauge

by Todd Gieg — My HOn3 Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad

My HOn3 White Pass & Yukon Route

by Mike May — A modern narrow gauge railroad

South Pacific Coast Caboose 47

by Bob Poli — Carter Brothers classic

Building The Pond

by Bob Bennett — (Full-)Filling an urge

Maintenance-of-way Equipment on my On3 Colorado Central & Southern

by Dan Windolph — Part 5: Denver, Leadville & Gunnison rotary 064, part 2

Scenery Techniques

by Craig Symington, MMR — Working my way out of a corner

The Narrow Gauge Scene

by Charlie Getz — The Tokyo narrow gauge modeling festival

Plans

Colorado & Southern Narrow Gauge Automobile Car 8242

by Robert Stears

South Pacific Coast Railroad 4

by David Fletcher

The Dr. Street House, Bodie, California

by Neil A. Pfafman

Virginia & Truckee Railroad Combination Car Nos. 15 & 16

by Gary Caviglia

1913 Ford Model T Delivery Truck

by Bill Gould

Departments

Robert’s Ramblings by Bob Brown, Editor

Pigeon Hole — Letters to the editor

In Brief — Small announcements, new items, and corrections

New in Review Model reviews

Book Reviews


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