MODEL RAILROAD ENGINEERING by David Marshall

MODEL RAILROAD ENGINEERING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A how-to-do book for model railroad fans, and budding engineers, which gives rules and practice for this scientific hobby, showing how to duplicate all train manoeuvres in standard practice in condensed form of model railroading. Engineering for main line, yards, tunnels, bridges, terminals. Table work. Direction for construction and usage; signal engineering, operation of power and rolling stock; types of engines; staff; timetables. Materials and fine points of what seems to be a fascinating but expensive game.

Pub Date: March 18th, 1942
Publisher: Harper