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Contents for issue 108
The editor muses about having figures on layouts, acting out scenes
|Review||Hornby: A1 4-6-2 'Tornado'
|Review||Bachmann: WD Austerity 2-8-0
|Layout idea||BASF Quadrant
Bob Mason follows up the BASF Ferroscandia articles (MTI102 and 106) with an inglenook in 2'6" by 12".
|Layout description||Schiller Point
A very compact loco stabling point on the Soo Line in O scale, built and described by Jordan Foster.
|Layout description||Littleton, BR Southern Region
A large layout in OO gauge that is now exhibited in a smaller version
|484||OO||Tony Hammett. (ph) (pl)|
|Layout description||Zee Harbor
Editor builds a very small layout in Z gauge and provides a little background to the extent and potential of the scale.
|Article||Budget rolling stock
Editor looks at a few ways to minimise expenditure using other modellers cast-offs, with examples both British and American.
|Scale drawing||Southern Railway Bridge Plates, Mile Posts and Gradient Posts
|Layout idea||Holyhead Breakwater
Giles Barnabe recalls the unique isolated railway built to maintain harbour works, and latterly part of BR.
Simon Hargreaves makes the ultimate in small portable layouts - one in N scale that fits in a violin case.
|Article||Broad Water Pier
A second look at this HOn3 compact project covers operating potential and some special cars related to those operating requirements.
|Article||A modern coaling stage
Edward Beal's other major article on modelling coaling stages for 4mm scale (OO) reprinted from the April and May 1936 issues of Model Railway News.