1. "R M Showcase." Railroad Modeler4 (November 1974): 27. Two photographs: the foundry at Lone Pine and the engine yards at Albion.

2. "Only Four Wheels?" Railroad Modeler5 (March 1975): 45--47, 78--79. Eight photographs.

3. "R M Showcase." Railroad Modeler5 (1975): 35. One photograph: a diesel of the 1920s.

4. "Homebuilt Weed Sprayer: A Free-Lance Design that Can Fit into any Era of Railroading." Railroad Modeler5 (September 1975): 16--19. Text plus seven photographs and one drawing.

5. "A Bronze Statue for Albion." Model Railroader42 (November 1975): 82. Text plus three photographs.

6. "Offset Water Tank." Railroad Modeler 6 (January 1976): 26--27, 29--31, 78--79. Text plus thirteen photographs and three drawings.

7. "Try Covering Some Buildings with Ivy." Model Railroader 43 (January 1976): 74--75. Text plus three photographs.

8. "Finishing Touches: How to add a little snap and dazzle to those plain structure kits." Railroad Modeler7 (March 1977): 48--55. Text plus ten photographs.

9. "A Pile-driving Barge for the AP&G." Railroad Modeler7 (March 1977): 30--37. Text plus twelve photographs.

10. "The P. J. Macktez Woolen Mill: a 19th-Century Brick Building that fits into any Era of Railroading." Model Railroader44 (May 1977): 76--80. Text plus fourteen photographs.

11. "Trackside Photos [E. L. Moore Lumber Co.]" Model Railroader44 (July 1977): 68. One photograph.

12. "(George Hirst's) Long Awaited and Desired Railroad."Railroad Modeler8 (August 1977): 30--37. Text plus twelve photographs.

13. "Building Glanville Park."Model Railroader 44 (December 1977): 112--15. Text plus six photographs.

14. "Details Make a Difference."Railroad Modeler 8 (January 1978): 32--39. Text plus thirteen photographs.

15. "Limestone Crushing Plant . . . the Prototype. An interesting New England industrial operation easily converted to railroading."Railroad Modeler 8 (April 1978): 32--39. Text plus eleven photographs.

16. "Limestone Crushing Plant . . . The Plant in Model Form."Railroad Modeler 8 (April 1978): 40--43. Text plus eight photographs.

17. "Edaville's Railfan Day." Railway Quarterly 2 (Summer 1978): 30--33. Text plus seven photographs.

18. "It sure doesn't look like a powder works! [Frary and Hayden Marine Supply.]" Model Railroader 46 (February 1979): 72--76. Text plus four photographs.

19. "Make Mine an Old Timer: the joys of railroading in the 1880s as seen in one day in the life of the AP&G." Railroad Modeler9 (February 1979): 48--55. Magazine cover photograph, text, and fifteen additional photographs.

20. Three photographs in 1979 Walthers HO Railroad Catalogue & Craft Train Reference Manual. Milwaukee: Walthers, 1979. 220, 227, 232.

21. "(Review) of Robert Schleicher's Building Plastic Railroad Models." Model Railroader 47 (February 1980): 120, 122.

22. Two photographs in 1981 Walthers HO Catalogue & Craft Train Reference Manual. Milwaukee: Walthers, 1981. 120, 122.

23. "(Review) of Classic Articles from Model Railroader."Model Railroader 48 (1981): 98, 100.

24. "Logging Caboose or Skid Shack [RMC/Dremel Kitbashing Award]."Railroad Model Craftsman 50 (March 1982): 80--81. Article plus four photographs.

25. Three photographs. Walther's 1983 Craft Train Catalogue and Reference Manual. Milwaukee: Walthers, 1983. 345, 366.

26. "Logging Company Dining Hall."Railroad Model Craftsman 51 (May 1983): 88--93. Article plus six photographs.

27. Two photographs. The World of HO Scale -- 1984. A Walthers Catalog and Reference Manual. Milwaukee: Walthers, 1983. 394, 407.


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