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Contents for issue 118
The editor signs off with a roll call of those who contributed to the magazine.
|Review||Bachmann: SR Class E4 0-6-2T
|Review||Graham Farish: BR Class 31 diesel loco
|Article||New for 2015
|Layout description||Brett - a switching layout
Andrew Martin describes the neat short line of Martin Hogg.
|Layout description||Hintock Town Quay
An exercise of the imagination with an attractive variation of the original Inglenook idea, by John Flann.
|Article||Notes from Isla Blanca
More detailed notes by Giles Barnabe on the making of models for his On30 layout - buildings, backscenes, wiring, and controls.
Arthur North describes the pioneer diesel railcars of the GWR.
|Article||Industry prototypes, USA
John Melford describes and illustrates more actual settings that could be modelled.
|Layout idea||Railways in Cuba
R.W.G. Bryant recalls the Cuban rail system as he saw it during a visit in 1979.
|Layout idea||From Moscow to Camden
Giles Barnabe describes a classic 'common carrier' short line in Texas.
|Layout description||Portway Center
A new look at the new compact O scale layout, USA style, by Jordan Foster.
Very compact freight yard using retaining walls, being built by Editor.
|Article||Index for issues 109-119
|Article||Detailing the GWR railcar
How the basic model can be improved