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Contents for issue 113
The editor is relieved that small layouts - and cost saving tips described in this issue - can reduce the impact of current price rises.
|Review||Walthers: EMD SW1 switcher
|Review||Bachmann: Class 101 2-car DMU
|Review||Model Power: EMD GP20
|Review||Graham Farish: Class 55 Deltic D9002
Our annual look at some of the main models announced for the coming year concludes
|Scale drawing||GWR Iron Mink
|Layout description||Hohendorf (Bay)
Editor builds a very compact German branch line layout at minimal price.
|Layout description||63rd Street Yard
Graham Weller built this smallest possible intensive operating scheme for American HO, a good idea for those short of space.
|Article||From test track to layout
Graham Weller remembers how the layout came about and got him back into the hobby.
|Article||Class 81 in HO
Peter Moore ventures into a bold conversion project to build a favourite British locomotive in HO/
|Article||Keeping costs down
Editor looks at the current scene, with comments and suggestions on keeping your hobby spending affordable.
|Scale drawing||Midland Railway 15t Coal Wagon (steel body) D345
|Scale drawing||Midland Railway 12t High Sided Wagon D663A
|Article||Midland Railway 10t Low Sided Wagon D818
|Layout idea||Carton Dock
An experimental card layout built at little cost and surprisingly effective.
|Layout idea||St Christoly-Médoc
A period riverside fantasy by Giles Barnabe which is, however, based on a specific area and in local style.
|Article||Detailing the GP20
Editor shows how the HO Model Power EMS GP20 can be detailed and finished for two of the roads it is listed for.
|Layout idea||The industry line
A simple compact layout idea, based on prototype, but also perfect for a lot of switching activity.
|Article||Take Two Cabooses
Box-cab diesel HO project