MAY/JUNE 2019 No. 103: O Scale Trains begins continues with the second installment of a series of articles featuring Canadian by our pair of intrepid O scale modelers that braved the tundra of the north into Hamilton, Bruce Mohn returns to share some very creative woodworking and selective compression to build a very credible representation of Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station, Harold Russell takes draws a Baptist Meeting House, Roy Dietz also returns with his solution of how to hide basement utilities, and Carey Williams relates his acquisition of Raymondale. We present contest room results from this year’s March Meet. All this and more in the May/June issue of O Scale Trains!
Whether you’re running conventional cab-control or command control, an O scale locomotive drive should have impeccable mechanical and electrical performance properties before any electronics are added.
Scranton Railroads could be twice the price, and it would still be a remarkable value for modelers interested in the how’s and why’s of heavy-duty railroading in an industrialized, urban environment in Pennsylvania’s Anthracite coal fields.