9780890247730

N Scale Railroading: Getting Started in the Hobby

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  • ISBN13:

    9780890247730

  • ISBN10:

    0890247730

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2009-11-30
  • Publisher: Kalmbach Pub Co
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Summary

There have been numerous advances in N scale railroading since the first edition of this book, and the author addresses them all, from track to train control. He takes beginners through step-by-step chapters that show them how to build and operate a complete N scale 4 x 8-foot railroad based on his Androscoggin Central, an interesting and challenging New England railroad. From planning through bringing the layout to life, everything is covered. The book is also beneficial for experienced modelers looking to build a new N scale empire.

Author Biography

Marty McGuirk is a former Associate Editor of Model Railroader and Classic Toy Trains magazines. Marty started in the hobby with Lionel trains and picked up HO modeling in his teens. He has built several N scale layouts over the years and has written many articles about his N Scale projects for Model Railroader. In addition, he is the author of Baltimore & Ohio Railroad in the Potomac Valley and The New Haven Railroad Along the Shore Line, titles in the Kalmbach Books Golden Years of Railroading Series. Marty lives in Manassas, Va., where he also enjoys golf and fly-fishing with his three sons.

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