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Gregor Moe Hidden Turnout Controls

Hidden In Plain Sight

When Gregor Moe relocated from St. Louis to Chatham some modules from his original layout moved with him. For this module he extended the scenery on both sides of the original trackwork, and hid the slide-switch turnout controls within the new highly-detailed scenery....
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Basic Scenery for Your Model Railroad Using Terraform – Gateway NMRA Meeting August 21, 2017

The next monthly meeting of the Gateway Division will be at 7 p.m. on Monday, August 21, 2017 at VFW Post 805 in O’Fallon, Illinois. Gregor Moe will conclude the basics of model railroading series with a clinic on Terraform to create the land part of your scenery. He will demonstrate ...
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Spring 2015 RPO, Vol 23, No 1

The Spring 2015 Issue of The RPO is Now Available Online

The Spring 2015 quarterly members newsletter of the Gateway Division NMRA, The RPO, is now available online in PDF (Adobe Acrobat) format....
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Using Static Grass to Create Realistic Model Railroad Scenery – Gateway NMRA Meeting July 21, 2014

The next monthly meeting of the Gateway Division will be at 7 p.m. on Monday, July 21, 2014 at Trinity Lutheran Church in West St. Louis County. Gregor Moe will present a clinic on the use of static grass to achieve realistic scenery on your model railroad layout. The clinic will incl...
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Building Rock Bluffs Clinic – Gateway NMRA Meeting June 17, 2013

The next monthly meeting of the Gateway Division will be at 7 p.m. on Monday, June 17, 2013 at the Veterans of Foreign Wars‎ Hall in O’Fallon, Illinois. Phil Bonzon MMR will demonstrate his technique for turning ceiling tile into rock buffs. This is a quick, inexpensive and effective ...
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Spring 2013 RPO, Vol 21, No 1

The Spring 2013 Issue of The RPO is Now Available Online

The Spring 2013 quarterly members newsletter of the Gateway Division NMRA, the RPO, is now available online in PDF (Adobe Acrobat) format....
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Styrofoam Scenery

Styrofoam Scenery

Create your landscape with materials that come free with items bought on-line. Here's how I used it combined with other techniques and products....
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Winter 2012 RPO, Vol 20, No 4

The Winter 2013 Issue of The RPO is Now Available Online

The Winter 2013 quarterly members newsletter of the Gateway Division NMRA, the RPO, is now available online in PDF (Adobe Acrobat) format....
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Tricks for Tracks – Super Tree Material

Keep the branch structure of super tree material free of leaves by rolling the trees in a shallow pan of glue mixture rather than dunking the entire tree. Then pour the leaf material over the tree. The exterior of the tree will hold the leaf material and the inner branch structure wil...
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Winter 2010 RPO, Vol 17, No 4

The Winter 2010 Issue of The RPO is Now Available Online

The Winter 2010 quarterly members newsletter of the Gateway Division NMRA, the RPO, is now available online in PDF (Adobe Acrobat) format....
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Winter 2007 RPO, Vol 14, No 4

The Winter 2007 Issue of The RPO is Now Available Online

The Winter 2007 quarterly members newsletter of the Gateway Division NMRA, the RPO, is now available online in PDF (Adobe Acrobat) format....
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More Scenery Tips – Supporting Hard Shell Scenery

There are many different methods for supporting hard shell scenery. Cardboard strips, chicken and screen wire, rolled up newspapers and Styrofoam. There are countless approaches to creating the initial support for the hard shell. I have discovered one which I found easy, clean and saf...
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