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Contents for issue 109

Type Details Page Scale Author
Editorial The case for freelancing
The editor considers the benefits of modelling a fictional railway compared to modelling a compressed prototype
1 Chris Ellis
Review Bachmann: MR(M) 1,600hp diesel No. 10000

3 OO Chris Ellis
Review Bachmann: BR(M) Fowler 4F 0-6-0

3 OO Chris Ellis
Review Graham Farish: BR(E) J39 0-6-0

3 N Chris Ellis
Layout description Glendale and Smalldale
The editor builds a small HO layout based closely on a real small American prototype.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
5 HO Chris Ellis
Article Motive power retrospect
The editor looks again at a famous class of small 'dockside' locomotives from the great days of the Baltimore & Ohio RR, the C-16 0-4-0ST
Photograph(s)
9 Chris Ellis
Layout description Knap's Wharf
A very compact British harbour layout in Inglenook style and suited to multi-moding if desired.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
12 OO A.J. Hunt
Layout description Chicago Fork
A quick look at the very compact O gauge Micro-layout built by Professor Klyzir.
Photograph(s)
13 O Professor Klyzir
Article Index for issues 91-108

14
Article Designing the landscape
An integral part of successful layout building considered by Les Savine, and with some typical examples illustrated.
Photograph(s)
16 Les Savine
Scale drawing Haymen Ltd. PO wagon

Plan(s)
19 Arthur North
Layout idea Snuffles Street
A layout borne out of frustration and built as a very compact OO/HO test track.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
20 OO/HO Dale Needham
Article The merits of two-rail DC
A short guide for beginners and all others seeking smooth and efficient running using basic and simple equipment and aids.
Photograph(s)
22 Chris Ellis
Layout idea Wagon turntables
The editor takes another look at an interesting subject well worth considering for modelling, turntables and capstan shunting.
Photograph(s)
24 Chris Ellis
Layout idea Maclaster Industry
Maclaster Industrial District was a typical area from the many still to be found in the USA.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
26 Ian Holmes

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.