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Bigdon
Engine Wiper



Posted - 07/25/2007 :  08:32:56 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Several months ago there was a thread on the EL structure articles that were published in Railraod Model Craftsman during the 60's and early 70's (there were a total of 53 articles!).

None of the issues are available any longer from RMC and I've had little luck tracking down the issues down since they go back 30 to 45 years.

Here is what I would like to try to do. I am hoping that RRL members can send me scanned copies of any of the articles they have available. I will then compile the ones I receive and produce a 'book' in pdf format for any of you who would be interested in having a copy.

Herman Steyn of South Africa has already got me started as he just sent me 'Rube's Rhubarb Plant' from the July/74 issue.

Here is a complete list of all the Moore articles:

Spumoni Country Estate July, 1955
Vermont Covered Bridge June, 1962
3-in-1 Engine House February, 1963
Easy to build cottage or cabin December, 1963
Branch line station April, 1964
Small broken-down country mill June, 1964
A hot time at the old firehouse November, 1964
Ye Olde Corner Drugstore January, 1965
Barber Shop April, 1965
Small Manufacturing Plant June, 1965
Major Hoople's Brick Warehouse September, 1965
Yard blacksmith shop October, 1965
Uncle Charley's Bookery December, 1965
Norfolk & Southern yard office February, 1966
Moe Lass' Old Sorghum Mill April, 1966
Fertilizer Plant July, 1966
Spratt & Kean - Meat Packers August, 1966
Apple Cider Mill September, 1966
Morton's Stone Cutting plant November, 1966
C. Reid for Feed & Seed December, 1966
Ma's Place January, 1967
F&M Schaefer Brewery March, 1967
Village Grist Mill April, 1967
Cotton Waste Plant June, 1967
Grusom Casket Co. July, 1967
Junk Yard Dynasty August, 1967
The Village Smithy Stand September, 1967
W.E. Snatchem Undertaker November, 1967
Ramsey Journal Building December, 1967
Hojpoj Mfg. Co. April, 1968
Victorian Firehouse June, 1968
Backwoods log cabins September, 1968
Enskale & Hoentee - Part 1 October, 1968
Enskale & Hoentee - Part 2 November, 1968
Enskale & Hoentee - Part 3 December, 1968
Molasses Mine and Factory February, 1969
Dinwoody's Button & Bead Factory March, 1969
Putty Knife Factory June, 1969
The Mudville Flats Extra - Garbage loading dock July, 1969
Nova Scotian lighthouse October, 1969
Car repair shed November, 1969
Three store fronts and a shop December, 1969
Chittendon County Mill January, 1970
Double-bay junction depot February, 1970
Novelty Factory July, 1970
A brewery in stone October, 1970
Moore's Modern Mill June, 1972
Crosby's Bandstand November, 1972
The RMC Paper Company April, 1974
Rhube's Rhubarb Plant July, 1974
Figet's Cheese Foundry August, 1976
Kelley's Folly: an abandoned mill January, 1979
A firecracker factory July, 1980

Thanks in advance for partcipating in this little endeavour --- hopefully I'll be able to put together all 53 of the articles.

I'll let you know as individual articles are submitted.

Don

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k9wrangler
Fireman



Posted - 07/25/2007 :  08:44:22 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Interesting project you've started. I especially remember the Rhubarb factory with fondness.




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KVRailfan
Crew Chief

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Posted - 07/25/2007 :  6:18:46 PM  Show Profile  Visit KVRailfan's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I"ve got a few old issues packed away.
I'll see what I can find for you.
Steve



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artvdw
Engine Wiper



Posted - 07/25/2007 :  7:41:54 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I don't know what is going on - whether it's my server or RRL Forum, but I have posted twice (same post) and none have appeared.

At any rate, I can help out with The RMC Paper Co. - April '74, Figit's Cheese Foundry - Aug '76, Kelly's Folly - January '79 and The Firecracker Factory - July '80.

I will have these copied as I am not getting a decent scan and can snail mail them to Canada; however, I will need your snail mail address.


Art VanDeWater
River Falls, Wisconsin
artvdw@sbwireless.net



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Bigdon
Engine Wiper



Posted - 07/25/2007 :  7:55:35 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Steve --- that would be great --- thanks for the assistance.

Art --- thanks very much for the offer --- this is what I am hoping for --- sent you my home address by e-mail.

Herman in South Africa has enlisted the help of a couple of his friends in South Africa, so we're on our way.

C'mon guys --- I know that there must be a few others out there who have been holding onto older issues of RMC for years. Heck, I've got every issue of MR going back to the early 50's and I am only 50 something!!



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jeff nigrelli
Section Hand

Posted - 07/25/2007 :  8:26:42 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
are you specifically interested in RMC articles or the MRR articles also?

E.L. Moore was one of the writers who imbedded the model building hobby in me!



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Peterpools
Engineer



Posted - 07/25/2007 :  9:37:53 PM  Show Profile  Visit Peterpools's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Don
What a great idea. EL Moore's structure articles are classics in the world of model railroading. Sure wish I would have collected them all. I'll go through my collection of magazine plans and see what I can find.
Peter



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cj8n
Engine Wiper



Posted - 07/25/2007 :  9:43:39 PM  Show Profile  Visit cj8n's Homepage  Send cj8n an AOL message  Reply with Quote
Clint Hyde, the NMRA MER President has an EL Moore Feed and Seed kit availble for sale. I did the laser cutting for him.

My Kit-O-Mat software is ideal for quickly turning these EL Moore designs into laser-cut models in your choice of scales. Scale conversion is automatic so you only design it once.

http://www.kingmill.com/shop/product_info.php?products_id=40

Take care,

Chris Jessee

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Originally posted by Bigdon






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Bigdon
Engine Wiper



Posted - 07/26/2007 :  05:59:01 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Jeff --- I didn't realize that there were Moore articles in MRR as well. That's great, I've got MRR going back to the very early 50's, so I woun't have any problem adding these to my list.

Thanks Peter --- I'm going to have fun with this project. It would be great if you could track down some of the articles among your many modelrailroading contacts.

Chris --- you are bang on. There is more than enough detail in Moore's articles to use with your Kit-O-Mat Software and laser cutting capabilities. I've wanted to give your services a try and one of Moore's structures would be a perfect candidate.

Don



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Dutchman
Administrator

Premium Member


Posted - 07/26/2007 :  08:47:15 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Don,

I had checked my collection when the first thread appeared. Alas, I had none of those issues.


Bruce

Modeling the railroads of the Jersey Highlands in HO and the logging railroads of Pennsylvania in HOn3

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Bigdon
Engine Wiper



Posted - 07/26/2007 :  08:55:15 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I just checked the Model Train Magazine Index and there are a total of 28 additional Moore structure articles listed in Model Railroader. This implies that there are now a total 81 articles to compile. I have MRR going back to the early 50's, so putting these together will not be an issue. Thanks again to Jeff for flagging this!

So, start rooting around in your old RMC issues and help me dig up all of those Moore articles.






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rrbob
New Hire

Posted - 07/27/2007 :  07:45:16 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi Don,

I have several back issues of RMC that contain EL Moore articles. I'll dig them out over the weekend and get them scanned next week.

Bob



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Bigdon
Engine Wiper



Posted - 07/27/2007 :  2:07:44 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks Bob --- that would be great.

I've contacted RMC about the possibility of buying photocopies of the articles that we are unable to find collectively, but they have not replied (I have NEVER gotten a reply to an e-mail from these folks, so I am not particularly surprised). Does anyone know one of the RMC staff personally who might be able to answer my question?? If so, let me know --- thanks.





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wvrr
Fireman



Posted - 07/27/2007 :  3:52:30 PM  Show Profile  Visit wvrr's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Don,

Another option is to buy copies of the articles from the NMRA Library. They have different rates for members and non-members. You might not get a response, right away, since it is convention week.

http://www.nmra.org/library/

Also, RMC has a very small staff, and may be short-handed this week due to the NMRA convention. I typically call them, instead of relying on e-mail.

Chuck


Wyoming Valley Railroad
http://sites.google.com/site/wvrails/

Edited by - wvrr on 07/27/2007 3:53:21 PM

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railmus
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Posted - 07/27/2007 :  11:33:20 PM  Show Profile  Visit railmus's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Is this a more complete list??


E.L. Moore Structures List

Along the Line looks back: E.L. Moore
Model Railroader, November 1999 page 186
( "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, MR )

E. L. Moore's legacy
Model Railroader, February 1980 page 102
( "KELLY, JIM", "MOORE, E.L.", MR )

A firecracker factory
Railroad Model Craftsman, July 1980 page 85
( FACTORY, INDUSTRY, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

The Button Works
Model Railroader, September 1979 page 108
( INDUSTRY, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, MR )

Kelley's Folly: an abandoned mill
Railroad Model Craftsman, January 1979 page 90
( MILL, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

E.L. Moore's Village store
Model Railroader, January 1978 page 58
( "MOORE, E.L.", STORE, STRUCTURE, TOWN, MR )

Butz Milling and Feed Co.
Model Railroader, March 1978 page 76
( INDUSTRY, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, MR )

Bott's cotton-pickin' cotton gin
Model Railroader, September 1978 page 54
( "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, MR )

The Cannonball and Safety Powder Works
Model Railroader, April 1977 page 68
( FACTORY, INDUSTRY, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, MR )

Stuckum Glue Works
Model Railroader, October 1977 page 76
( INDUSTRY, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, MR )

Ceresota flour mill
Model Railroader, November 1976 page 80
( MILL, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, MR )

Waldo Hoople: Father of Railroading
Railroad Model Craftsman, July 1976 page 86
( "MOORE, E.L.", RMC )

Figet's Cheese Foundry
Railroad Model Craftsman, August 1976 page 58
( INDUSTRY, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

A Mighty Relaxin' Job
NMRA Bulletin, November 1975 page 7
( "MOORE, E.L.", PRIVY, BL )

Mr. Pottle's potworks
Model Railroader, September 1975 page 62
( "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, MR )



Uncle Sim's Snuffery
Railroad Modeler, December 1975 page 14
( DRAWING, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RRM )

Jones Chemical Co.
Model Railroader, March 1974 page 42
( INDUSTRY, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, MR )

A three-towered station
Model Railroader, November 1974 page 68
( DRAWING, "MOORE, E.L.", STATION, STRUCTURE, MR )

The RMC Paper Company
Railroad Model Craftsman, April 1974 page 40
( INDUSTRY, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

Rhube's Rhubarb Plant
Railroad Model Craftsman, July 1974 page 26
( INDUSTRY, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

Clarabel Hotel
Railroad Modeler, February 1974 page 12
( DRAWING, HOTEL, "MOORE, E.L.", SCRATCHBUILD, CONSTRUCTION, RRM )

Cal's Lumberyard
Model Railroader, April 1973 page 62
( LUMBER, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, MR )

Bunn's Feed and Seed plant
Model Railroader, August 1973 page 34
( FEEDMILL, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, MR )

Home for Small Locos
Railroad Modeler, March 1973 page 12
An easy to build single stall engine house
( ENGINEHOUSE, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RRM )

Carolina foundry
Model Railroader, January 1972 page 44
( INDUSTRY, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, MR )

The chair and desk factory
Model Railroader, December 1972 page 65
( FACTORY, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, MR )

Moore's Modern Mill
Railroad Model Craftsman, June 1972 page 42
( MILL, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

Crosby's Bandstand
Railroad Model Craftsman, November 1972 page 32
( BANDSTAND, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

Uncle Peabody's machine shop
Railroad Modeler, June 1972 page 20
( DRAWING, MACHINESHOP, "MOORE, E.L.", SCRATCHBUILD,
STRUCTURE, CONSTRUCTION, RRM )

Cousin Caleb's Cabbage Plant
Railroad Modeler, December 1971 page 16
( DRAWING, "MOORE, E.L.", SCRATCHBUILD, STRUCTURE,
CONSTRUCTION, RRM )


Wood and brick factory construction
Model Railroader, August 1970 page 35
( BRICK, FACTORY, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, MR )

Chittendon County Mill
Railroad Model Craftsman, January 1970 page 40
( MILL, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

Double-bay junction depot
Railroad Model Craftsman, February 1970 page 19
( "MOORE, E.L.", STATION, STRUCTURE, RMC )

Novelty Factory
Railroad Model Craftsman, July 1970 page 36
( FACTORY, INDUSTRY, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

A brewery in stone
Railroad Model Craftsman, October 1970 page 21
( BREWERY, "MOORE, E.L.", STONE, STRUCTURE, RMC )

Tuscaloosa Depot
Model Railroader, March 1969 page 57
( DRAWING, "MOORE, E.L.", STATION, STRUCTURE, MR )

Molasses Mine and Factory
Railroad Model Craftsman, February 1969 page 29
( "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

Dinwoody's Button & Bead Factory
Railroad Model Craftsman, March 1969 page 28
( "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

An easy narrow gauge coach
Railroad Model Craftsman, March 1969 page 48
( HON30, "MOORE, E.L.", NARROWGAUGE, PASSENGER, RMC )

E.L. Moore's recreation of the Golden Spike in Utah
Railroad Model Craftsman, May 1969 page 35
( GOLDENSPIKE, "MOORE, E.L.", RMC )

Putty Knife Factory
Railroad Model Craftsman, June 1969 page 20
( INDUSTRY, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

The Mudville Flats Extra, garbage loading dock
Railroad Model Craftsman, July 1969 page 31
( "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

Nova Scotian lighthouse
Railroad Model Craftsman, October 1969 page 34
( HARBOR, LIGHTHOUSE, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

Car repair shed
Railroad Model Craftsman, November 1969 page 34
( "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, YARD, RMC )

Three store fronts and a shop
Railroad Model Craftsman, December 1969 page 37
( "MOORE, E.L.", STORE, STRUCTURE, RMC )

Add a harbor, part 1 - tug boats
Railroad Model Craftsman, January 1968 page 21
( HARBOR, "MOORE, E.L.", TUGBOAT, RMC )


Add a harbor, part 2 - barges, wharfs, motif #1
Railroad Model Craftsman, February 1968 page 23
( HARBOR, "MOORE, E.L.", RMC )

Hojpoj Mfg. Co.
Railroad Model Craftsman, April 1968 page 23
( INDUSTRY, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

Victorian Firehouse
Railroad Model Craftsman, June 1968 page 25
( FIREHOUSE, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

Backwoods log cabins
Railroad Model Craftsman, September 1968 page 44
( LOGCABIN, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

The Enskale & Hoentee, part 1 - 30"x30" twisted loop
Railroad Model Craftsman, October 1968 page 26
( LAYOUT, "MOORE, E.L.", TRACKPLAN, HO, RMC )

Crummy from an HOn2 1/2 coal car
Railroad Model Craftsman, October 1968 page 34
( CABOOSE, HON30, KITBASH, "MOORE, E.L.", NARROWGAUGE,
CONSTRUCTION, RMC )

The Enskale & Hoentee, part 2
Railroad Model Craftsman, November 1968 page 28
( BRIDGE, LAYOUT, "MOORE, E.L.", TRESTLE, RMC )

The Enskale & Hoentee, part 3
Railroad Model Craftsman, December 1968 page 45
( LAYOUT, "MOORE, E.L.", RMC )

Turn backward, O time - 1900 era terminal yard
Model Railroader, January 1967 page 56
( DRAWING, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, YARD, MR )

Brick enginehouse - for 2 parallel tracks
Model Railroader, March 1967 page 54
( BRICK, DRAWING, ENGINEHOUSE, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, YARD, MR )

Six-ton jimmy
Model Railroader, May 1967 page 42
( DRAWING, JIMMY, "MOORE, E.L.", ORECAR, PROTOTYPE, MR )

Build Ma's Place
Railroad Model Craftsman, January 1967 page 27
( "MOORE, E.L.", STORE, RMC )

F&M Schaefer Brewery
Railroad Model Craftsman, March 1967 page 18
( BREWERY, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

Village Grist Mill
Railroad Model Craftsman, April 1967 page 23
( GRISTMILL, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

Cotton Waste plant
Railroad Model Craftsman, June 1967 page 33
( "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

Grusom Casket Co.
Railroad Model Craftsman, July 1967 page 28
( "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

Junk Yard Dynasty
Railroad Model Craftsman, August 1967 page 18
( JUNKYARD, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

The village smithy stand
Railroad Model Craftsman, September 1967 page 22
( "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

W.E. Snatchem Undertaker
Railroad Model Craftsman, November 1967 page 37
( "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, UNDERTAKER, RMC )

Ramsey Journal Building
Railroad Model Craftsman, December 1967 page 27
( "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, TOWN, RMC )

The old red barn
Model Railroader, January 1966 page 54
( BARN, DRAWING, FARM, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, MR )

Norfolk & Southern yard office
Railroad Model Craftsman, February 1966 page 36
( "MOORE, E.L.", NS, STRUCTURE, YARD, RMC )

Moe Lass' Old Sorghum Mill
Railroad Model Craftsman, April 1966 page 36
( MILL, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

Stock Auction Day
Railroad Model Craftsman, May 1966 page 34
( AUCTION, "MOORE, E.L.", STOCKCAR, STRUCTURE, FREIGHTCAR, RMC )

Fertilizer Plant
Railroad Model Craftsman, July 1966 page 24
( FACTORY, FERTILIZER, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

Spratt & Kean - Meat Packers
Railroad Model Craftsman, August 1966 page 16
( INDUSTRY, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

Apple Cider mill
Railroad Model Craftsman, September 1966 page 36
( MILL, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

Morton's Stone Cutting plant
Railroad Model Craftsman, November 1966 page 19
( INDUSTRY, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

C. Reid for Feed & Seed
Railroad Model Craftsman, December 1966 page 36
( "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

Timber Trestles
Bridges and Buildings for Model Railroads page 23
( DRAWING, "MOORE, E.L.", SCRATCHBUILD, TRESTLE, WOOD,
CONSTRUCTION )

Ye Olde Corner Drugstore
Railroad Model Craftsman, January 1965 page 43
( DRUGSTORE, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, TOWN, RMC )

Tonsorial Parlor (barber shop)
Railroad Model Craftsman, April 1965 page 36
( BARBER, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, TOWN, RMC )

Small MFG plant
Railroad Model Craftsman, June 1965 page 30
( INDUSTRY, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

Major Hoople's Brick Warehouse
Railroad Model Craftsman, September 1965 page 36
( BRICK, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

Yard blacksmith shop
Railroad Model Craftsman, October 1965 page 44
( "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, YARD, RMC )

Uncle Charley's Bookery
Railroad Model Craftsman, December 1965 page 23
( "MOORE, E.L.", STORE, STRUCTURE, RMC )

Handcar and its shed
Model Railroader, February 1964 page 40
( DRAWING, HANDCAR, "MOORE, E.L.", SCRATCHBUILD, SHED,
CONSTRUCTION, MR )

Under the spreading chestnut tree - log cabin smithy shop
Model Railroader, June 1964 page 44
( "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, MR )

Down by the depot...
Model Railroader, December 1964 page 70
( "MOORE, E.L.", STATION, STRUCTURE, MR )

Branch line station
Railroad Model Craftsman, April 1964 page 32
( "MOORE, E.L.", STATION, STRUCTURE, RMC )

A shaggy mountain mill - small broken-down country mill
Railroad Model Craftsman, June 1964 page 22
( MILL, "MOORE, E.L.", SHED, STRUCTURE, RMC )

A hot time at the old firehouse
Railroad Model Craftsman, November 1964 page 26
( DRAWING, FIREHOUSE, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

Civic center for boomtown - Red Eye Saloon
Model Railroader, March 1963 page 46
( "MOORE, E.L.", OLDWEST, SALOON, STRUCTURE, MR )

Let's build a mountain
HO Monthly/Model Trains, 1963 page 54
( "MOORE, E.L.", MOUNTAIN, SCENERY, HOMT )

3-in-1 engine house
Railroad Model Craftsman, February 1963 page 26
( "MOORE, E.L.", SCRATCHBUILD, STRUCTURE, TERMINAL,
CONSTRUCTION, ENGINE, RMC )

Octagonal water tower
Railroad Model Craftsman, August 1963 page 22
( "MOORE, E.L.", OCTAGONAL, SERVICE, STEAM, WATER, WATERTANK,
ENGINE, LOCOMOTIVE, RMC )

Easy to build cottage or cabin
Railroad Model Craftsman, December 1963 page 66
( CABIN, COTTAGE, "MOORE, E.L.", STRUCTURE, RMC )

Modeling with a burning tool
Model Railroader, July 1962 page 42
( "MOORE, E.L.", WOODBURNING, MR )

Union Pacific windmill
Model Railroader, September 1962 page 58
( "MOORE, E.L.", UP, WINDMILL, MR )

Let's build a mountain
HO Monthly/Model Trains, January 1962 page 16
( "MOORE, E.L.", MOUNTAIN, SCENERY, HOMT )

Central Pacific snowplow
HO Monthly/Model Trains, January 1962 page 48
( CP, DRAWING, "MOORE, E.L.", SCRATCHBUILD, SNOWPLOW,
CONSTRUCTION, HOMT )

A new look for the Old General
HO Monthly/Model Trains, March 1962 page 16
( 4-4-0, GENERAL, "MOORE, E.L.", STEAM, SUPERDETAIL, ENGINE,
LOCOMOTIVE, HOMT )

The Station at Grizzly Flats
HO Monthly/Model Trains, March 1962 page 40
( DRAWING, "KIMBALL, WARD", "MOORE, E.L.", STATION, STRUCTURE, HOMT )

Vermont Covered Bridge
Railroad Model Craftsman, June 1962 page 15
( BRIDGE, COVERED, "MOORE, E.L.", SCRATCHBUILD, CONSTRUCTION, RMC )

Halliday Standard Windmill
Railroad Model Craftsman, September 1962 page 29
( "MOORE, E.L.", WINDMILL, RMC )

Snowplow in an Evening
HO Monthly/Model Trains, January 1961 page 26
( "MOORE, E.L.", SCRATCHBUILD, SNOWPLOW, CONSTRUCTION, HOMT )

Coaling Up!
HO Monthly/Model Trains, March 1961 page 22
For a branch or short line
( COAL, "MOORE, E.L.", SERVICE, STEAM, ENGINE, LOCOMOTIVE, HOMT )

Mountain Water Wheel Mill
HO Monthly/Model Trains, Spring 1961 page 28
( MILL, "MOORE, E.L.", WATERWHEEL, HOMT )

Open-air excursion coach by E. L. Moore
HO Monthly/Model Trains, Fall 1961 page 22
( COACH, DRAWING, EXCURSION, "MOORE, E.L.", PASSENGER,
SCRATCHBUILD, CONSTRUCTION, HOMT )

The little red caboose
HO Monthly/Model Trains, December 1961 page 52
( BOBBER, CABOOSE, "MOORE, E.L.", SCRATCHBUILD, CONSTRUCTION, HOMT )

Slim gauge carriage
Railroad Model Craftsman, September 1961 page 40
( FANTRIP, "MOORE, E.L.", NARROWGAUGE, PASSENGER, RMC )

Old-Time Log Buggies
HO Monthly/Model Trains, March 1960 page 42
( BUGGY, LOG, LOGCAR, "MOORE, E.L.", HOMT )

An old-time water tank
HO Monthly/Model Trains, Spring 1959 page 16
( "MOORE, E.L.", SCRATCHBUILD, SERVICE, STEAM, WATER, WATERTANK,
CONSTRUCTION, ENGINE, LOCOMOTIVE, HOMT )

The Light Fantastic - layou lighting for night and day
HO Monthly/Model Trains, Fall 1959 page 12
( LAYOUT, LIGHTING, "MOORE, E.L.", HOMT )

Put your figures to work!
Model Railroader, July 1957 page 50
( "MOORE, E.L.", PEOPLE, MR )

With the Spumoni Family in Merrie Old England
Railroad Model Craftsman, January 1956 page 27
( LAYOUT, "MOORE, E.L.", PHOTO, RMC )

Elizabeth Valley RR; a picture story by E.L. Moore
Railroad Model Craftsman, March 1955 page 18
( LAYOUT, "MOORE, E.L.", RMC )

Spumoni Country Estate
Railroad Model Craftsman, July 1955 page 18
( HOUSE, "MOORE, E.L.", SCRATCHBUILD, STRUCTURE,
CONSTRUCTION, RMC )

I am sure I have all the issues so if you can make it out to London (Ont.) one day.......



John Kanakos
CNJWS II, Custom Models- Design & Build
http://www.junctionwestsub.ca
NMRA #055691 CARM # 212

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Bigdon
Engine Wiper



Posted - 07/28/2007 :  03:57:47 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
It is John --- thanks for doing this!

I will get in touch with you by e-mail about going to London. A number of forum members have already committed to sending me a fair number of the articles by either e-mail or snail mail, so I need to figure out what I still need and then I will link up with you by e-mail.

Thanks again for the offer!

Regards
Don



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