Tutorials

  • About Gears
  • About Wheelsets
  • Illustrating fitting power system components to scale models
  • Repowering the: Tyco/Mantua 0-6-0, 2-8-2, 4-6-2
  • Repowering the: HO Bachmann Doodlebug
  • Repowering the: HO Varney Dockside 0-4-0t 
  • Repowering the: AHM/Rivarossi ‘O’ Gauge C-Liner Diesel power truck
  • Repowering the: Athearn 0-6-0 or 4-6-2 HO gauge steam locomotives (circa 1960)
  • Repowering the: Atlas ‘N’ Gauge RS-3 Diesel
  • Repowering the: Bachmann GE Dash 8-40C, 8-40CW & GP30 HO Diesel Locomotives
  • Repowering the: Bowser Challenger 4-6-6-4 & similar HO gauge steam kit locomotives
  • RePowering the: Concor-Rivarossi-IHM HO Gauge 4-6-4 Hudson (1994)
  • Repowering the: Delton Doosie #1 gauge ‘G’ railcar power truck
  • Repowering the: Delton #1 Gauge D&RG C-16 2-8-0 (mark I)
  • Repower the Kato/Stewart HO Scale F-3, F-7, etc. to match Athearn
  • Press-Fit of Parts for Precision Operation
  • Re-Gear / Re-Motor Project Idea Spartan Series HO/HOn3/TT 4-4-0, 2-6-0
  • Repowering the: Minitrix-Atlas-Model Power‘N’ Gauge 4-6-2
  • Re-Gear/Re-Wheel the: Mk I & Mk II Weaver RS3, FA, GP38-2 O gauge diesel locomotive
  • Powering the: Mr. Rogers #1 Gauge Single Truck Trolley
  • Powering the: Garden Railways April 1998 issue #1 Gauge G-Scale Streetcar
  • Repowering the: NWSL SP#1 G.E. 50 ton diesel HO and HOn3 Gauge
  • Repowering ‘O’ Gauge Diesels from China: MTH, ATLAS, Lionel, K-Line, Weaver, etc.
  • Repowering the: PFM HO Rayonier #45 2-6-2
  • Repowering the AHM/Rivarossi HO Heavy Pacific (4-6-2) (circa 1960-1980)
  • Repowering the: Rivarossi ‘O’ Gauge Shark Diesel power truck
  • Repowering the: Rivarossi-AHM HO Gauge 4-8-8-4 BigBoy, etc. articulateds (c1970s/80s)
  • Repowering the Bachman #1 Gauge Single Truck Trolley
  • Repowering Aristo-Craft FA-1 1:29 #1 Gauge Diesel Loco (also RS1)
  • Repowering the: NWSL Sierra #18 2-8-0
  • Upgrade Overland-AJIN HO brass diesel
  • Upgrade the Walther’s HO scale SW-1 Switcher (made in China)
  • Converting an Sn3 locomotive to NWSL motor and gearbox
  • Marks Model Railroading Tutorial web site