An annual publication from the Model Railroader.

Correct as of: 04.08.23

1997CollectionThe Ever-changing Utah Belt by Eric Brooman – On the eve of the new millennium the UB makes some major changes to stay up-to-date.
1998CollectionFor Sale
1999CollectionFor SaleBoston & Maine’s West Hoosic Division by Lou Sassi – This HO layout has improved with age.
2000CollectionFor SaleLet’s Try This Again by David K. Smith – The fourth N scale White River & Northern
2001CollectionEssential Artistry on the Cumberland Valley by Marty McGuirk – Bill and Wayne Reid’s N scale masterpiece.
The Green Mountain Division of the Boston & Maine by Don Jones.
2002CollectionJohn Proebsting’s HO Soo Line by John Proebsting – modelling rural and small-town Wisconsin circa 1948.
Boston & Maine’s New England North Division by Jim Hediger – recapturing memories of youthful railfanning [Carlo Orciari].
2003CollectionShort Line in Maine by Neal Horning – narrow gauge roots add interest to the Suesport & Southeast Carry RR.
Father and Son Corn Belt Route by Marshall Skibbe – Marshall and Mike Skibbe model the Chicago Great Western in N scale. t
2004CollectionOperating With An “Old Head” by Paul J. Dolkos.
2005CollectionThe View from Down Under by Paul J. Dolkos.
2006CollectionFor SaleKeeping up to date on the Utah Belt by Eric Brooman – a modern freelanced model railroad three decades in the making.
2008CollectionVoodoo and Palmettos by Lance Mindeim – a modern industrial switching layout on a shelf.
The Travelling Chilli Line by Steve Amitrno – this compact SN3 Denver & Rio Grande Western layout is built for military moves.
2009CollectionBringing Home Keddie Wye by Jim Pendley – how a Feather River Route landmark became my layout’s centrepiece.
Last Winter on the Hoosier Line by Paul J. Dolkos – the Monon meats Midwestern winter on an N scale shelf layout [Lance Mindheim].
High Green on the C&O in Appalachia by Mike J. Burgett – a Centralized Traffic Control machine is the focal point of this HO scale layout.
2011CollectionFor SaleoNetrak Modules can do Double Duty by Bernard Kempinski – a Chesapeake & Ohio Mountain Subdivision layout based on N scale modules.
2012CollectionFor SaleViewpoint: Modeling a Photo by Bill Denton.
2013CollectionFor SaleFinished But Not Done by Jack Burgess – lessons learned from the multi-deck HO scale Yosemite Valley RR.
2015CollectionLess is More on a Modern Branch Line by James McNab – the HO scale Grimes Industrial Track operates just like its prototype.
2016CollectionDeveloping an N Scale ‘Mushroom’ Layout by Mark Dance – Product design techniques from the business world helped design this Canadian layout.
2018CollectionFor Sale
2019CollectionFor SaleModeling the LAJ by Lance Mindeim – a shelf layout designed as a work of art for a living space.
2021CollectionCountry Modeling Moves to the Big City by Paul Dolkos – a change in themes presents new modeling opportunities.
2022CollectionUpdate on the Nickel Plate by Tony Koester – Tony’ Koester’s lifelong dream has matured.
Seeing the Forest for the Trees by Tyler Whitcomb – The freelanced N-scale Tenino Western RR captures the feel of a modern short line in the Pacific Northwest.
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