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Contents for issue 103
The editor describes how the availability of ready to run models can lead to too much inspiration for new projects!
|Review||Bachmann: Class D11/2 4-4-0
|Review||Graham Farish: BR Class 20 diesel
|Review||Roco: NS Class 2400 diesel
|Review||Hornby: Class 67 diesel
|Layout description||Mini-Inglenook progress
Editor continues the quest for a very small but fully operable layout by completing the longer version suggested in the last issue
|Layout idea||Model Automatic Couplings
A.R. Walkley's original 1933 article describing the principle that led to today's tension-lock couplings.
|345||OO/HO||A R Walkley|
|Article||Budget Narrow Gauge - 2
Jack Trollope draws some full-size model plans for easy home-made narrow gauge wagons.
|Layout description||Mertonford and Pinetree
Andrew Knights tells of the progress on his On30 layout that occupies his large loft space.
|Scale drawing||NER & LNER covered vans
Plans from the notebook of Arthur North
|Layout description||La Rue d'Ouaquenin
Julian Earp's compact HOm layout models the Tramways des Iles de Gilet, a fictional but convincing local line
|Layout idea||Lausanne Chauderon
Giles Barnabe takes a new look at the history and modelling potential of the attractive and compact Swiss station
|Layout idea||Box Street Yard - 2
More on Jack Trollope's classic compact layout plan with a look at some typical variations and possibilities
|Layout description||Western Market
Ian Roberts builds a compact HO layout to operate the Bachmann Honk Kong trams in an authentic setting.