A CLASSIC COMBINATION
Father and son Asa and Doug Knowles both collect and operate prewar trains.
SOLDER LIKE A PRO
Everything you need to know about soldering electrical connections on your layout.
MADE THE MODERN WAY
Contemporary equipment rides on an 11- by 21-foot MTH RealTrax layout.
ON THE MOVE
Spend a day on an O-27 layout that moves from home to home.
OPERATING A COLLECTION
These O gauge trains regularly move from the walls to the layout.
Near-collisions are part of the nature of an S gauge layout built on an attic floor.
REPAIR A POSTWAR OIL DERRICK
The Lionel no. 455 oil derrick has a number of parts that can work themselves out of adjustment.
HEADS UP WARNING LIGHTS
A simple solution to detect trains on blind sidings.
Memorable layouts from CTT's past by Clarke Dunham and Doug DuBay, Bob May, and John Scully and Naim Shah.
News & Notes
Point of View
Weaver 4-8-4 steamer, K-Line 0-6-0 switcher, S gauge boxcars, ETS 2-4-4-0 steamer
Questions & Answers
Talkin' Toy Trains