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The Pennsylvania A3 Switcher: The First Project for the Beginner  ~  by Kozo Hiraoka
The Pennsylvania A3 Switcher: The First Project for the Beginner
Across the Columbia Plain : Railroad Expansion in the Interior Northwest, 1885-1893E
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This book has been designed for a person who is going to build his first Live Steam locomotive. It contains the instructions to fabricate all the parts of a scale engine from stock materials. "   ~ Kozo Hiraoka

Standard Catalog of American Flyer Trains ~ by David Doyle  Standard Catalog of American Flyer Trains

"Is the ONLY full-color guide on the subject, serving the needs of toy train collectors who rely on detailed color photos to accurately identify trains.

A bargain buy when first introduced as "Chicago Flyer," American Flyer trains rose to premier toy train status in the last half of the 20th century, and maintain the second spot today! The company's claim to fame, the S gauge train, is supported by the wide gauge and prewar HO and O gauge trains, in collector popularity, and this one-of-a-kind guide covers all three groups in extensive detail. The most comprehensive overview of the American Flyer line, this book follows the winning format of the Standard Catalog line of toy train references"

Steam Locomotives Projects & Ideas ~ by John Pryke
Steam Locomotives Projects & Ideas
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Learn to detail, kitbash, paint, and maintain a steam locomotive of any scale. Includes information about the history of steam locomotive power and components of the prototype, all in an easy-to-understand, illustrated manner." ~ Kalmbach Publishing Co.

Track Planning for Realistic Operation: Prototype Railroad Concepts for Your Model Railroad ~ John Armstrong
Track Planning for Realistic Operation
"Provides step-by-step design techniques and track planning tips to save model railroaders time, money, and headaches. This must-have book also covers aspects of prototype freight and passenger operations, route design, and contemporary railroading." 

Trackwork and Lineside Detail for Your Model Railroad ~ by Kent J. Johnson

An introduction to the basics of tracklaying and lineside detailing.  ~ Trackwork and Lineside Detail for Your Model Railroad

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