53892Re: Gotthard Pass- December Model Railroader
- Oct 1, 2007--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Loren Snyder" <ljsnyder@...> wrote:
> That is a great idea about featuring Jeffrey's and Jim's layouts.
> worthy entrants.MRR.
> I'll go put a bug in Jim's ear to submit his pictures and script to
> But I hear they are kind of fussy about submissions for publication.This is not quite the first big article. In 1986 they ran a series of
> Any hints for Jim?
> -------Original Message-------
> From: de Champeaux
> Date: 10/1/2007 8:11:04 AM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: [Z_Scale] Re: Gotthard Pass- December Model Railroader
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Fred Ladd" <zeagle99@> wrote:
> > Rob won't toot his horn or blow the wistle--- so -----
> > 30' x 50' Z scale layout artical will in December MR. I've seen it
> > it is spectacular.
> > Just a headz up zeds
> > Fred
> I've also seen this notification on the november issue I had in my
> mailbox this morning. I'm quite in a hurry to read it! And it appears
> it will be the first time that MR speaks of a kingsized Z scale
> layout...Now they should keep provisions for Jeffrey White's Union
> Pacific or Jim O'Connell's Central California RR!
articles over a four month period. That layout was "long lost" and
surfaced last year. It was offered for sale both on several forums and
in ZTRACK. Recently a museum purchased it and has been soliciting
FWIW both Neil Besougloff and Andy Sperandeo, the two main editors of
MODEL RAILROADER spent about 20 minutes with Dave George's [a.k.a. Mr.
Dave] layout at the 2007 Detroit NMRA / NTS. They discussed in detail
what they would like in order to get a story into print. Dave will be
getting photos taken this fall using Andy's and Neil's suggestions.
Andy and Neil also opened the door for us and offered to help us to
make the story more likely to make it to print. It won't be "next
month", but I think there is a good chance it will make it to print.
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