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Contents for issue 112
|Editorial||Working on the railroad
The editor explains why there is more than usual on American railroad systems in this issue.
|Review||Graham Farish: Fowler Class 3F 0-6-0t 'Jinty'
|Review||Ixion: Hudswell Clarke 0-6-0T
|Review||Tower Models: LMS 'Pug' 0-4-0T
|Article||New for 2014
Our annual look at some of the main models announced for the coming year concludes
|Layout idea||A 'Tip-Top' baseboard
An interesting idea for a space-saving set-up of over 30 years ago
|Layout description||Ashcroft Yard
A first venture into American HO and the resulting layout and operating system.
|Article||Motive Power Retrospect
Editor looks at the EMD SW1500 switcher, last of the famous 'SW' line.
|Scale drawing||Tube wagons
|Layout description||Eastport and Calais RR
A first attempt at US short line modelling.
|Scale drawing||Nor 25 years on ...
Julian Andrews looks back at his first US short line layout
|Article||Ruston and Hornsby 48d for O gauge
A scratch-building project for O gauge.
|Layout description||Pencarrow, Cornwall
Tom Lloyd describes his latest N gauge Micro-layout, very compact indeed, and discusses two later possible projects for small layouts in N or OO.
|Article||In the 'Mouse Hole'
Editor looks at operations and other aspects of the 'Mouse Hole' layout.
Avoid running trains of empty wagons - Dave Howell suggests ideas with many tips for adding convincing, realistic details.