JULY/AUGUST 2018: This On30 model of Quincy & Torch Lake No. 3 was kit bashed from a Bachmann On30 2-6-0. Gregg Condon explains how he helped his friend develop a roster following the prototype Q&TL, we tour Bill Hobbs’ beautiful Sn3 South Ozark Lines, Dan Windolph describes the construction of his On30 Colorado & Southern maintenance of way equipment, and much more in the July/August 2018 issue of Narrow Gauge & Shore 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.