Vol. 5, No. 4 July / August 1989  Issue Select 
Issue Details
Cover Title: The EMD GP30
Cover Subtitle: From an Operating Viewpoint
On the Cover: N&W 560 with later style herald working single handedly at Lepsic, Ohio in July of 1971
Articles In This Issue
Society News - Rick Stone
GP30's - Chris Toth
  Photo N&W 561 caught at Bellevue shortly after delivery in its original black paint and first style herald (Tom Dressler photo)
  Photo N&W/NKP 2902 was caught in nearly the same spot as the previous photo. Note the nose mounted bell and Norfolk and Western sublettering on the nose. Also note the blanked our dynamic brake hatch (Tom Dressler collection)
  Drawing N&W EMD GP-30 DATA (Unknown)
  Photo N&W 540 still in original paint but looking a little dingy. Note that the sunshade is gone, replaced by a winterization window (Tom Dressler collection)
The EMD GP30 / From an Operating Viewpoint - Thomas D. Dressler
  Photo N&W 560 the same unit as in the cover photo but in earlier paint, was caught at Fremont, Ohio in August of 1968. (Howard Ameling photo, Chris Toth collection)
  Photo N&W 543 leading a well mixed collection of GP40, U30-B and F7 at Fremont, Ohio in February 1970. (Howard Ameling photo, Chris Toth collection)
1989 NWHS Convention - Unknown Unknown
  Photo Ed Crockett's Illinois Terminal boxcar with a beautiful paint job and super weathering job took first place in freight cars (Ted Goodman photo)
  Photo This beautiful conversion of an unusual N&W wedge snow plow brought the first place award in Non-revenue cars to Chris Toth (Ted Goodman photo)
  Photo Jim Nichols took first place in passenger cars with a set illustrated here by the P4 observation. It was based mainly on Athearn parts (Ted Goodman photo)
  Photo Best Virginian model was a very close race carried away by Roger Nutting for this beautifully detailed and painted MB (Ted Goodman photo)
  Photo This block of buildings has appeared in hundreds of photos taken in Bluefield. The HO model won first placein structures for Pat Ryan (Ted Goodman photo)
  Photo This Virginian hopper car with rivet detail inside and out garnered the first place in coal cars for Roger Nutting, the only multiple winner this year (Ted Goodman photo)
  Photo John Snidow placed all of the supurb detail and excellent paint work on this RSD12 to win first prize in diesel locomotives (Ted Goodman photo)
  Photo The first place caboose the year is this outstanding O scale R1 class transfer model scratchbuilt by Trent Hulbert (Ted Goodman photo)
  Photo This beautifully painted and weathered Class A #1220 was what it took to allow Pete Stauffer to take the plaque in Steam Locomotive (Ken Goodman photo)
Current News - Robert G. Bowers
Cavalier Swapper - Chris Toth
Pocahontas Paint Shop - Chris Toth
Powhatan Modeler - Thomas D. Dressler
Vol. 5, No. 4 July / August 1989  Issue Select