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Contents for issue 102
|Editorial||On the small side
The editor talks about the advantages of small layouts and projects
|Review||Graham Farish: Class 350/1 Desiro
|Review||Graham Farish: WD Austerity 9F 2-8-0
|Review||Graham Farish: BR Class 5MT 4-6-0
|Review||Roco: DR Class 111 diesel loco
|Article||A Signal Tower for On30
Giles Barnabe builds a small interlocking tower from kit parts, and looks at a few other possibilities for smaller scales
|Layout description||Layout in a day? Almost!
Andrew Knight recalls a compact HO layout built in a record time for a show, then further developed.
|Article||Budget Narrow Gauge
Jack Trollop draws some full-size model plans for easy home-made narrow gauge wagons.
|Layout description||BASF Ferroscandia
Bob Mason makes what is probably the shortest and smallest Inglenook shunting layout yet in HO gauge - a 'mini-Inglenook', in fact.
|Scale drawing||LNWR Rolling Stck
Plans from the notebook of Arthur North
|Layout idea||Chigger Yard
David Bromage discovers a very interesting small yard in Kansas which could inspire a good layout idea.
|Layout idea||The Aberford Fly Line
A very private railway serving coal mines, goods, and passengers, recalled by Giles Barnabe, with modelling suggestions
|Layout idea||Box Street Yard
Ten years after it was first designed by Jack Trollope, this compact layout concept has been widely followed and has become a classic in its own right
|Article||Wood dowel point control
A simple method of point operation, evolved, much used, and described by Alex Pine