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Contents for issue 102

Type Details Page Scale Author
Editorial On the small side
The editor talks about the advantages of small layouts and projects
309 Chris Ellis
Review Graham Farish: Class 350/1 Desiro

311 N Chris Ellis
Review Graham Farish: WD Austerity 9F 2-8-0

311 N Chris Ellis
Review Graham Farish: BR Class 5MT 4-6-0

311 N Chris Ellis
Review Roco: DR Class 111 diesel loco

311 HO Chris Ellis
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
314 On30 Giles Barnabe
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.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
316 HO Andrew Knights
Article Budget Narrow Gauge
Jack Trollop draws some full-size model plans for easy home-made narrow gauge wagons.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
318 1:34 Jack Trollope
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.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
320 HO Bob Mason
Scale drawing LNWR Rolling Stck
Plans from the notebook of Arthur North
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
322 Arthur North
Layout idea Chigger Yard
David Bromage discovers a very interesting small yard in Kansas which could inspire a good layout idea.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
324 David Bromage
Layout idea The Aberford Fly Line
A very private railway serving coal mines, goods, and passengers, recalled by Giles Barnabe, with modelling suggestions
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
326 Giles Barnabe
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
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
330 Chris Ellis
Article Wood dowel point control
A simple method of point operation, evolved, much used, and described by Alex Pine
333 Alex Pine

This abstract of contents is the result of months of work by John Flann and Steve Hawthorne. If you can help fill in the gaps or have spotted any errors in the existing index, please contact Emrys Hopkins.