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Contents for issue 116
|Editorial||The years go by
The editor celebrates a 35th anniversary
|Review||Graham Farish: Stanley 'Princess Coronation' class 4-6-2
|Review||Bachmann: Class 150/2 DMU 150204
|Layout idea||Brecon Mountain Railway
Trevor Buckley visited this Welsh tourist line back in 1987 and took photographs with useful details for narrow gauge modellers.
|Layout idea||East Bridge Street
A very compact switching/shunting layout design which looks different from others, suggested by Gordon Avis.
|Layout description||Keep it simple
Editor makes a layout that takes up minimal space, minimal time and requires very little track and stock.
|Layout idea||Furness Railway Branches
R.W.G. Bryant travelled many long disappeared branches and here he considers the model potential for the Foxfield to Coniston branch, and Piel.
|Layout description||On from Fairweather
Progress on this small dual mode HO layout, mainly dealing with the remaining structures.
|Scale drawing||M.R. 8 ton Coke Wagon
|Scale drawing||M.R. 12 ton Coal Wagon
|Layout description||Build it in N scale
In which we make a complete layout from start to finish ... and you can too.
|Layout idea||Central Anglesey Lines (Part 1 - the line to Amlwch)
Giles Barnabe looks at the long history of the island lines to Holyhead and Amlwch, good inspiration for modelling.
|Article||Quarry Traffic, but no quarry
A rock loading facility at Helston in Cornwall, as built for his GWR layout by Bert Lamkin.
|Article||Improvements to a Troublesome Truck
Graham Weller converts a 'Thomas' toy from Hornby for scale use.
|Layout idea||Microbe Yard
A very compact shunting/switching yard
|Layout idea||On30 on a bookshelf
Bob Mason suggests simple layouts for narrow gauge in O scale on a short shelf with a variety of options and settings possible.
|Layout idea||Bavarian diorama
Royal Bavarian State Railways (K. Bay. Sts. B.) yard is the subject of this project by Bob Mason.