I often wonder what the booksellers buy, one half so precious as the
stuff they sell.
( With apology to OMAR
Remember last year...
when you said "Next year we're going to have a Christmas layout under the Christmas tree"? Well, Christmas is fast approaching. What are you doing to fulfill the vow you made last year? Here's a way to get a jump start on the project. It doesn't get much easier than this, folks.
>>> Only 1 Set Left in Stock! <<<
The Nov/Dec 2013 Narrow Gauge & Short Line Gazette is available.
Now! The October 2013 Narrow Gauge Downunder is in stock.
We’re Throwing In The Towel…
on Garden Railways.. We gave the magazine a fair trial, but sales haven’t justified the space, time and investment required. So, we’ve decided to discontinue stocking the magazine. We have reduced prices 20% to help get them out the door. Garden Railroading may not be the "right track" for you, but take a look at the Table of Contents of a few issues. You might find some articles that would interest and be useful to you.
Here Are a Few of the New Book Titles We've Recently Added:
Colorado Rail Annual No. 31 - Tin Feathers, Wooden Trestles and Iron Men $10.95
Colorado Railroad Water Tanks $40.00
Santa Fe Chiefs $47.50 Rio Grande Steam Locomotives $27.50
Modeling the Mining Industry Western Maryland Railway Shay No. 6 $40.00
Gold and Silver Stamp Mills $79.50 The MDC Shay Handbook $79.50
Vintage Cubano $62.50 Northern Pacific $37.50
Narrow Gauge to No Man’s Land $44.50 Kansas City Southern - The Deramus Era $45.00
Extra Narrow Gauge Junction $50.00 Garden Railway Basics $16.75
Nevada Central $39.50 New York Short Lines Vol. 2 $50.00
The Swayne Lumber Company $175.00 West Side Pictorial $49.50
Baltimore & Ohio – Rails Across Santa Fe – The Final Years Vol. 1 $50.00
The Heartland Vol. 3 $51.50 Santa Fe - The Final Years Vol..2 $51.50
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