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Contents for issue 110
|Editorial||Keep on changing
The editor considers how abandoning half-built layouts can be a good thing.
|Review||Hornby: GWR 'Star' class 4-6-0
|Review||Bachmann: BR(M) 2-4-2T 'Radial Tank'
|Layout description||The Hinton Saga
Veteran modeller Derek Ashcroft, now in his tenth decade, looks back on the layouts he has built in the past half century.
|Layout idea||Return to Findhorn
Giles Barnabe recounts the history of this interesting small railway, and suggests layouts and model potential.
|Article||Small goods shed in O
Gordon Walker makes a model from details and drawings in a previous article.
|Layout description||Down the Mouse Hole
Editor builds an inner city HO switching layout inspired by the famous 'Rat Hole' line in Los Angeles.
|Scale drawing||GWR/WR Y14 Fruit Van 1950
|Layout idea||Smalldale and Endale
Editor completes last issue's freight station theme with some more possibilities.
|Layout description||Loch Dubh
Alasdair Reid describes his OO West Highland layout which is located on three walls of his garage.
|Layout idea||On from Laurenceton
A look at an attractive HO/OO plan, intended as an extension to the WMR, by Edward Beal.
|Layout description||California Yard
Myles Munsey built this HO Micro-layout for his local youth club.
|Article||Modelling in British HO
If you want to start modelling the British HO scene, the BR Class 11 Diesel shunter is first choice for making a start, suggest the Editor.
|Layout idea||Transporting your stock
Michael Watts reports on stock storage and transport ideas for shows