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Contents for issue 114
The editor looks back through the archives
|Review||Bachmann: Midland Class 1F 0-6-0T
|Review||Graham Farish: BR Class 25/2 diesel (371-088)
|Layout idea||The Industry Line - 2
Editor considers some more possibilities with the basic concept suggested in the last issue.
|Article||The long-lived SW1
Editor looks at the famous little switcher, released in HO by Walthers.
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
|Layout description||Starker Verkehr
Steve Grantham gives an update on progress with his busy and attractive German HO freight yard layout.
|Layout idea||Vreeland Rail
A current American short line, just four miles long, which operates in very simple 'Inglenook' style, described by Marshall Stull.
|Scale drawing||Midland Railway 10t Covered Goods Van
|Layout description||Midland Railway 6t Covered Goods Van
|Article||A Cup of Java
Giles Barnabe tells the story of the research and construction work behind a Sn3½ layout set in Java.
|Article||HO Scale VDA Van
Creating an HO scale VDA van from the Hornby Kellogg's closed van.
|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.
|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.
|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.
|Scale drawing||RCH wagons of the 'Big Four'
Arthur North draws and describes a LMB version of the 1923 RCH type