Basic Model Railroading: Getting Started in the Hobby
Kent J. Johnson
Kalmbach Publishing, Co., 1998 - Crafts & Hobbies - 80 pages
You'll appreciate the simple tips and techniques, detailed photos, diagrams, and drawings provided by the editors of Model Railroader magazine. Includes information on locomotive maintenance, painting and weathering, wiring, and much more.
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