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Contents for issue 115
The editor reflects on changes he noticed when updating the Beginners Please! article and on layout which don't seem to get started
|Review||Hornby: LNER P2 2-8-2
|Review||Hornby: BR(S) 'Brighton Belle' EMU power cars
|Layout description||On from Fairweather
Editor starts a layout inspired by the Fairweather Railway and considers the potential of this concept along the way.
|Layout idea||The accidental terminus
The Editor recalls a very neat French station suitable for modelling.
|Layout description||Isla Blanca
Giles Barnabe's latest layout, in On30, is a clever freelance 'fantasy' operation located in the Caribbean and packed with character.
|Layout description||Mousehold Mannheim
Bob Mason tries a German or Italian 'Mouse Hole' on the smaller baseboard.
|Scale drawing||M.R. Long Cattle Wagon
|Scale drawing||M.R. 12 ton Open Wagon
|Layout description||'The Last Push', August 1918
Well detailed British Army 'Trench Railway' depicted in realistic style by Ian Roberts.
|Layout description||Catte Lane
A very small OO gauge layout that fits inside a standard box file, built and described by Steve Grantham.
|Layout idea||A Fistful of Doodles
Giles Barnabe suggests a selection of simple but interesting small layout ideas from his files.
How to get going, and some buying ideas for those starting out.
|Layout description||Peats Wharf and Quayside
Peter Marriott describes the structures and ideas behind his pleasing portable layout.