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Contents for issue 109
|Editorial||The case for freelancing
The editor considers the benefits of modelling a fictional railway compared to modelling a compressed prototype
|Review||Bachmann: MR(M) 1,600hp diesel No. 10000
|Review||Bachmann: BR(M) Fowler 4F 0-6-0
|Review||Graham Farish: BR(E) J39 0-6-0
|Layout description||Glendale and Smalldale
The editor builds a small HO layout based closely on a real small American prototype.
|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
|Layout description||Knap's Wharf
A very compact British harbour layout in Inglenook style and suited to multi-moding if desired.
|Layout description||Chicago Fork
A quick look at the very compact O gauge Micro-layout built by Professor Klyzir.
|Article||Index for issues 91-108
|Article||Designing the landscape
An integral part of successful layout building considered by Les Savine, and with some typical examples illustrated.
|Scale drawing||Haymen Ltd. PO wagon
|Layout idea||Snuffles Street
A layout borne out of frustration and built as a very compact OO/HO test track.
|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.
|Layout idea||Wagon turntables
The editor takes another look at an interesting subject well worth considering for modelling, turntables and capstan shunting.
|Layout idea||Maclaster Industry
Maclaster Industrial District was a typical area from the many still to be found in the USA.