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Run 331 – AUG/SEPT 2023

Run 331 – AUG/SEPT 2023

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Joel Fonder's Multi-Level Layout

Publisher’s Corner

Standing Tall (Part 4)

Editor’s Corner

Two Track Gauges on One Layout

Feature Layouts

  • COVER STORY - A Multi Level O Gauge Layout by Joel Fonder
  • Configuring Multi-Pole Switches for Siding Selection by Wesley Swartz
  • Australia's Gold Coast Model Railroad Club Layout by Dallas Dogger
  • Build the Gulf Coast and Omega RR by Ken Hoganson

Product Reviews by Eric Siegel

  • Atlas O Premier SD40-2
  • Lionel LionChief Plus 2.0 GP20

    Product Showcase

    2 Exciting New Buildings from Menards!

    Readers' Rails

    Photos from Peter Caldwell, John Penca, and Melvin Garelick's Layouts

    Second Section

    • Excursion Car Model by Dennis Schlossman
    • Daylighting a Tunnel: Part 2 by Donald Keiser

      Team Track with Dave Minarik

      Project Engines: The Old Becomes New Again

      Collector's Gallery

      LCCA Convention Boxcar

      The OGR Advertiser Index


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      Customer Reviews

      Based on 2 reviews
      Wesley E. Swartz
      An electrical engineer enjoys his trains and sharing some wiring tips

      I am a regular, many year subscriber to "O Gauge Railroading" and I got the extra copies of Run 331 to share with my nephews who are also into model and full sized trains because I authored an article in this issue. But there are other articles in this issue that are more spectacular than mine! I particularly liked "My Father's Challenge" by Joel Fonder and "Narrow Gauge Down Under" by Dallas Dogger. I also picked up some great ideas from "Daylight a Tunnel: Part 2" by Donald Keiser that will be useful as I try to complete a BIG mountain that has steep and high cliffs needing extensive retaining walls. Thank you OGR!

      Joel Fonder
      OGRR Run 331

      Ordered six extra copies for family members, as my layout was featured. The front cover on the first, or top magazine had a large crease in it from someone packing the shipping envelope. This could have been avoided if they had put the magazines in the envelope spine first. Was a little disappointed, but not the end of the world.