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Contents for issue 117
|Editorial||End of the line
The editor announces that Model Trains International is approaching its terminus.
|Review||Bachmann: GWR 64XX 0-6-0PT
|Review||Graham Farish: Fowler 4F 0-6-0
|Article||New for 2015
|Layout description||Crystal Creek
A very small layout that can be used in multi-mode and multi-scale if desired.
|Article||Notes from Isla Blanca - Rolling Stock
Some useful ideas by Giles Barnabe on the making of models for his On30 layout.
|Layout idea||Industry prototypes, USA
John Melford describes and illustrates some actual settings that could be modelled
|Layout description||Cycle Halt
Paul Hefford built this 32-inch long folding 009 to carry to shows in his backpack.
|Scale drawing||Midland Railway 5 ton Covered Goods Van
|Scale drawing||Midland Railway 5t/6t Refrigerated Meat Van
|Layout description||Central Anglesey Lines (Part 2 - The Red Wharf Bay branch)
Giles Barnabe looks at the long history of the island lines to Holyhead and Amlwch.
|Layout idea||Build it in N scale
Putting the finishing touches to the Warren Branch layout, continued from the last issue.
|Article||About the 'Scoot'
Editor describes the CNW commuter trains, with notes on modelling and the idea of suitable timetables.
|Article||A look at British signals
Some classic types of the steam age discussed by R.W.G. Bryant.
|Article||Thinking about signal boxes
Related to signals are signal boxes, which also need to be modelled authentically
|Layout idea||Alford Valley Railway
A tourist railway in Scotland visited by Gordon Walker - a simple line which may inspire narrow gauge modellers.