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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING: 85 Cents per word, minimum order $10.20 Count all initials, abbreviations (COD, SASE, PO, 8mm, 5x7, it’s, etc.) and numbers as one word. Example of word count: William B. Smith, 310 West Main St., Newton, New Jersey 07860. (Word count is 10.) Fourth ad free only when three consecutive ads are paid for in advance and re- quested by advertiser. Classified ads are payable in advance, and payment must accompany ad copy. For payments drawn on Canadian bank accounts please add $5.00 service charge. No service charge for Credit Card payment in U.S. funds or Postal Money Order in U.S. funds. Ads will be placed in cate- gory deemed most appropriate; requested categories will be considered. Ads using a PO Box number must supply a street address for our records. Classified ads are non-commission- able. CLOSING DATE: 20th of month three months preceding date of issue, i.e. Feb. 20 for May issue. Send all classified ads to: RAILROAD MODEL CRAFTSMAN, CLASSIFIED AD DEPT., 108 Phil Hardin Rd., Newton, NJ 07860. Ads sent to other departments may be delayed or lost. All ads are subject to the approval of the publisher. Ads are set in standard 6pt type with first word capitalized. Large type classified ads are available at $1.93 per word, minimum $23.16.


BOOKS & PUBLICATIONS


THE LAYOUT, a new novel by J. David Robbins, with a mod- el railroader as protagonist. “Robbins is a wordsmith extraor- dinaire.” “Laugh out loud funny.” www.thelayoutnovel.com112


BACK ISSUES of Locomotive Quarterly Journals are avail- able! Please send a stamped addressed self envelope for complete list including subject matter of each book. These are shelf-warn copies in almost new condition. Locomotive Quar- terly covers the world of steam railroading in its glory days. Heavy coated stock paper with large photos. Steam buffs dream book! Write: LQ BI, 108 Phil Hardin Rd., Newton, NJ 07860.


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CALL TO ACTION! Thousands of railcars including both new and historic fallen flags have been vandalized with graffiti over the past decade. Help stop this crime! Report any suspicious trespassing/vandalizing to the railroad or local police. NS 800- 453-2530, CSX 800-232-0144, UP 888-877-7267, BNSF 800- 832-5452, CN 800-465-9239, CP 800-716-9132, KCS 877- 527-9464.


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CALENDARS


2013 NEW ENGLAND RAILROADING CALENDAR, 34th edi- tion made in USA features 12 (8x10) full color prints plus 2 cover pages @$8.00 postage paid or railroad calendar pic- tures (our choice) 12/$3.00. Domestic orders only. Mystic Val- ley Railway Society, PO Box 365486, Hyde Park, MA 02136- 0009. Allow 2-4 weeks delivery. www.mysticvalleyrs.org 213


CATALOGS


CANADIAN HO MODELLERS send name and address for 12 issues of our free monthly specials flyer. Traintown Canada, 552A Clarke Rd., Coquitlam, BC, Canada V3J 0A3 1209


CUSTOM PAINTING


CUSTOM PAINTING. All railroads. Send SSAE to: Blue Ridge Locomotive Works, P.O. Box 43, Ridgecrest, NC 28770-0043 email: customtrains@charter.net


512 FOR SALE


FOR SALE: Fleishmann Magic trains. 95 units (18 locos, 77 rolling stock). All European prototype. 2 wheel trucks, Oe Scale (same as On-30-runs on HO track flawlessly). Original colorful boxes. Excellent plus. Email: HAL5141@comcast.net for listing and terms


HO SCALE


MODERN ERA FREIGHT CARS, NIB. Athearn Genesis, Atlas, Bowser, ExactRail, Intermountain, Walthers Platinum Line. Contact: johnschaub655@gmail.com or call 802-768- 8427.


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LASER cut birch plywood windows, doors, store fronts. Beau- tiful detail. Large assortment. Free catalog. www.phillipsclas- sicmodels.com


912 MISCELANEOUS


RAILROAD LAYOUT CAD PRINTING. Full size track plan and layout design prints from 3rdPlanit, CadRail, or any design software. (602)705-2330. RMC@LayoutPrinting.com


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WANTED TO BUY: Buying Train collections: N, HO, S, 0. Any scale, amount age or condition. Will buy everything at one time. Richard Hargrove, 1110 Country Club Dr., High Point, NC 27262. 336-887-2259. rickstrains@northstate.net 313


MODEL BUILDING PLASTIC KIT BUILDING SERVICES. Specializing in


Walthers Cornerstone & other leading manufacturers. Paint- ing,


weathering, detailing.


johnschaub655@gmail.com or call 802-768- 8427. Free esti- mates.


O SCALE


O SCALE PLANS, FULL SIZE. Burlington Pioneer Zephyr 4-car, CR2 $7.00. Santa Fe lightweights: baggage, duplex roomette, sleeper-observation, CR3 $7.00. UP light- weights: postal-storage, chair car, club-lounge, CR4 $7.00. SP Sunset Limited lightweights: diner, lounge, cof- fee-shop lounge, CR5 $7.00. Milwaukee skytop observa- tion cars: parlor-observation, sleeper-observation with CN revisions, CR6 $7.00. Add $5.00 postage. NJ residents include state sales tax. Carstens Publications Inc., 108 Phil Hardin Rd., Newton, NJ 07860.


TF PAINTINGS


ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS. Beautiful and affordable paint- ings of steam, diesel and electric scenes. www.trainsships- planes.com


1009 912 PASS EXCHANGE


PASS EXCHANGE Model Railroaders desiring to participate in the exchange of their railroad’s pass with others, mail a pass to Pass Exchange, c/o W.J. Zahn, 3309 Point East Drive, Mesquite, TX 75150-2645. You will receive a pass and a list of recent pass exchangers.


HRC WANTED


WANTED: Original slide collections purchased. Pre-1976. Any railroad or railroad subject. Call 908-755-5454.


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