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June Issue of "The Keystone Modeler" Posted
« on: June 11, 2007, 10:04:01 AM »
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The June issue of "The Keystone Modeler" has been posted...

http://prrths.com/Keystone%20Modeler/Keystone_Modeler.htm

"TKM" is a free, online publication of the Pennsylvania Railroad Technical & Historical Society (PRRT&HS).

If you model pre-1968 -- anywhere -- you model the Pennsy! This pub is a great resource for modeling the PRR as your home road or for interchange.

The success of this pub led to the B&O society launching its own eMag... and this month the SCL has launced a similar eMag.
Jerry Britton, PRRT&HS #6111
PRR Middle Division in HO Scale - http://jbritton.pennsyrr.com
Keystone Crossings - http://pennsyrr.com

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Re: June Issue of "The Keystone Modeler" Posted
« Reply #1 on: June 11, 2007, 11:06:11 AM »
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Jerry;
I'm not a Pennsylvania Railroad modeler, But there's some great modeling information there.  8)
Lots of time & hard work must go into those publications??
"Great Work"!!!  ;D
Glenn
Petal, MS
Modeling Southern Railway In N {Normal} Scale

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http://www.msrailroads.com/MGS.htm

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Re: June Issue of "The Keystone Modeler" Posted
« Reply #2 on: June 11, 2007, 08:03:22 PM »
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I too, am not much of a Pennsy modeler (although I do model the Lehigh Valley, so I'm close ;) and enjoy the info in each issue.

The B&O folk liked the PRRT&HS publication so much they make their own also. They went to PRRT&HS and got the skinny from them on just how to do a nice online publication.

So if you are of the "I don't model that road but there's good info in there" bent, check out "The B&O Modeler" also.

http://borhs.org/ModelerMag/index.html

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Re: June Issue of "The Keystone Modeler" Posted
« Reply #3 on: June 11, 2007, 08:18:16 PM »
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Regardless of the road or the scale, there is always some great modeling in TKM. That scratch built coal dumper in this issue is an absolutely amazing piece of work!

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Re: June Issue of "The Keystone Modeler" Posted
« Reply #4 on: June 12, 2007, 06:40:09 AM »
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My point in saying "everyone models Pennsy" was that the Pennsy fleet was so large that their interchange cars appeared nearly everywhere. So if you model pre-1968, you model (or should model) Pennsy in one form or another. TKM tells you how!
Jerry Britton, PRRT&HS #6111
PRR Middle Division in HO Scale - http://jbritton.pennsyrr.com
Keystone Crossings - http://pennsyrr.com