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Contents for issue 104
|Editorial||The younger generation
The editor muses on the perceived shortage of young beginners in the hobby.
|Review||Bachmann: SECR/SR/BR C Class 0-6-0
|Review||Bachmann: Alco S4 Switcher
|Review||Hornby: LNER Class B17/1
|Scale drawing||Private Owners' Wagon Prototypes - London Districts
A reprint of a 1939 series on London area PO wagons, this article focussing on Amalgamated Anthracite Collieries
|369||Victor B Payne|
|Article||Budget Narrow Gauge
A full sized plan of a cattle wagon plus info on how the Manx Electric Railay's version was built.
|Layout description||Ekenas SJ
A compact Swedish HO branch line layout built by Stuart Robinson and friends
|Layout idea||The Arcade & Attica RR
Giles Barnabe describes a short line with a good modelling potential for small layouts
|Scale drawing||LNER & BR 13ton high goods wagons
Plans from the notebook of Arthur North
|Layout description||Lerners Curve
Steve Hawthorne desribes his compact and simple On30 layout
|Layout idea||Two Rivers
Giles Barnabe recalls an interesting layout idea and relates its potential for modern modellers.
|Layout idea||Tramways and Small Lines
The editor looks at some of the potential possible with relatively simple track plans like the Two Rivers idea
|Layout idea||Rothesay and Ettrick Bay
A contemporary account of a British 'interurban' type tramway from te September 1934 Model Railway News
|387||Wilfred T. F. Castle|
|Layout description||Chuggers Yard
The editor makes a small 'training yard' in HO inspired by the Chigger Yard prototype covered in issue 102