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Contents for issue 107
The editor reflects on how newcomers to the hobby are in their forties or older, and wonders what exists to entice youngsters.
|Review||Hornby: GWR 42XX / 52XX 2-8-0T
|Review||Hornby: GWR Class 72XX 2-8-2T
|Review||Graham Farish: Class 70 Powerhaul diesel (371-635)
|Scale drawing||Private Owners' Wagon Prototypes - London Districts
Evans & Bevan and Sheepbridge
|453||Victor B. Payne|
|Layout idea||Dunmow Sidings
Trevor Hill suggest a layout idea inspired by a real setting and place in East Anglia
|Layout description||Starker Verkehr
Steve Grantham is building a new compact freight yard layout based on one of his previous well-tried schemes.
|Layout description||Argenton Wharf Yard
Affordable O gauge is still very possible if you look for the bargains and build a small and simple layout, as Les Coleman desribes.
Giles Barnabe describes some new cars made from oddments and reveals plans for a new compact G scale layout.
|Scale drawing||Midland Railway Mile Posts, Bridge Plates and Boundary Posts
|Layout idea||The Railways of Watchet
Giles Barnabe revisits a location last covered in these pages in 1980 and suggests some modelling potential, concluding with historic photographs.
|Article||A look at HOn3
Editor discusses the possibilities with this American narrow gauge scale which is less well known in Great Britain.
|Article||Broad Water Pier
Editor builds a very simple, but very operable, layout in HOn3 at relatively modest cost and suitable for other gauges also.
|Article||A loco depot for OO/HO
A classic 'steam age' article by Edward Beal reprinted from the September 1939 Model Railway News.
|Layout description||Cheston Colour Works
Paul Brooks-Burke describes his compact OO gauge layout closely based on an actual Forest of Dean branch line in the last days of BR Western Region steam.