Author Topic: SR&RL in Model Railroad Craftsman  (Read 3190 times)

Greg Klein

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SR&RL in Model Railroad Craftsman
« on: December 19, 2014, 02:43:10 PM »
I came across the  Nov/Dec issue of Model Railroad Craftsman at the supermarket. Inside there is an article about  a large scale replica of the Strong Junction of the SR&RL built by a gentleman in California.   There are some good historic photos with matching photos of the present day, in model form of course! You can't read it, but here's a link to the cover on facebook.  


https://www.facebook.com/modelcraftsman/photos/a.10150316592850265.556322.466072435264/10154841416720265/?type=3&theater

....the length of that link is ridiculous but it works.
Also the WW&F is mentioned in relation to #9s restoration and the website is listed.
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Philip Marshall

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Re: SR&RL in Model Railroad Craftsman
« Reply #1 on: December 20, 2014, 01:28:26 PM »
I happened to be in Penn Station in New York City last week when I spotted that cover photo of SR&RL 24 smiling out at me from one of the newsstands. I nearly jumped out of my socks when I saw it!

It may be the first copy of RMC I've purchased in more than 25 years.

I think it's a really well done article with great photos and some real research behind it.

-Philip Marshall