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Contents for issue 111
The editor pleads guilty to concentrating too much on small layouts.
|Review||Hornby: BR Class 8 4-6-2 'Duke of Gloucester'
|Review||Hornby: Sentinel Diesel shunter
|Review||Bachmann: LNER Class J11 0-6-0
|Review||Bachmann: GWR Class 3200 4-4-0
|Review||Graham Farish: Faiurburn LMS 2-6-4T
|Article||New for 2014
Our annual look at some of the main models announced for the coming year
|Layout idea||Hinton Cove
The end of the line of the Hinton Saga featured a neat layout for a small space.
|Layout description||Nusquam Yard
Editor revamps an older layout to improve operating potential and create a new setting.
|Layout idea||On American lines
Useful tips on American modelling, backed up with a plan and comments on Ron Bryant's final layout, the Dogpatch RR.
|Scale drawing||Mk.1 Coaching Stock
|Layout idea||Welshpool and Llanfair
Giles Barnabe looks at this multi-purpose narrow gauge line which offers plenty of good layout ideas.
|Layout description||Argentho Wharf Yard
Editor builds an HO version of the compact O gauge Argenton Wharf built last year by Les Coleman.
|Layout idea||Museum MPD
A simple compact, easy to build and operate, layout in HO/OO.
|Article||Using helical gradients
Quite often seen on big layouts, they are not as easy as they look
A United States/Canadian Border Great Lakes Region in N scale.