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Model Railroad Resources: A Where-To-Find-It Guide for the Hobbyist

by Allan W. Miller

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0873418875, Paperback)

Model railroading and toy train collecting rank among the most popular and fast-growing hobbiesnot only in the United States, but also around the world. This book answers the perpetual question that is on virtually every hobbyists mind: How (or where) do I find out more about. . . ? Designed to serve the information needs of both operators and collectors, whether novice or advanced, this essential who-to-contact reference lists more than two thousand sources. Covers all of the popular model railroading scales, from the tiny precision Z scale (1/220) to the rugged garden railroading G scale (1/20.3). Includes model and toy train manufacturers, distributors; suppliers; clubs; organizations; publishers and periodicals; key Web sites; leading retailers and dealers (listed by product specialty and state); sources for parts and repairs; appraisers; museums and public displays; and a bibliography of select topic-related books and videos.

-Identifies more than 2,000 sources of information and modeling products.
-Provides Web and e-mail addresses for established manufacturers, organizations, and dealers.
-Provides overview of each popular modeling/collecting scale, written by a leading expert in that scale, along with a comprehensive model railroading glossary.

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