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Contents for issue 114

Type Details Page Scale Author
Editorial Looking back
The editor looks back through the archives
141 Chris Ellis
Review Bachmann: Midland Class 1F 0-6-0T

143 OO Chris Ellis
Review Graham Farish: BR Class 25/2 diesel (371-088)

143 N Chris Ellis
Layout idea The Industry Line - 2
Editor considers some more possibilities with the basic concept suggested in the last issue.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
144 Chris Ellis
Article The long-lived SW1
Editor looks at the famous little switcher, released in HO by Walthers.
147 Chris Ellis
Article Inspirational magazines
As Geoff Latham suggests here, some issues can be foll of ideas, and here he nominates a particular Model Railroader of 34 years ago, still very useful
149 Geoff Latham
Layout description Starker Verkehr
Steve Grantham gives an update on progress with his busy and attractive German HO freight yard layout.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
150 HO Steve Grantham
Layout idea Vreeland Rail
A current American short line, just four miles long, which operates in very simple 'Inglenook' style, described by Marshall Stull.
152 Marshall Stull
Scale drawing Midland Railway 10t Covered Goods Van

154 Arthur North
Layout description Midland Railway 6t Covered Goods Van

154 Arthur North
Article A Cup of Java
Giles Barnabe tells the story of the research and construction work behind a Sn3½ layout set in Java.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
156 Sn3½ Giles Barnabe
Article HO Scale VDA Van
Creating an HO scale VDA van from the Hornby Kellogg's closed van.
158 HO Peter Moore
Layout description Humber Yard
The HO Canadian layout of Kirkintilloch Model Railway Club is an interesting variation on the 'Inglenook' idea which could be made in long or short forms.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
159 HO Ian Rankin
Layout description The Fairweather Branch
Gordon Avis built and describes his classic layout, a very compact American HO short line or British OO branch line only 4 feet long.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
161 OO/HO Gordon Avis
Layout description Three-way Switch
What next? A simple but very operable small layout dependent on a sector plate proved to be a good idea, says Derek Ashcroft.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
165 Derek Ashcroft
Scale drawing RCH wagons of the 'Big Four'
Arthur North draws and describes a LMB version of the 1923 RCH type
166 Arthur North

This abstract of contents is the result of months of work by John Flann and Steve Hawthorne. If you can help fill in the gaps or have spotted any errors in the existing index, please contact Emrys Hopkins.