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Contents for issue 117

Type Details Page Scale Author
Editorial End of the line
The editor announces that Model Trains International is approaching its terminus.
225 Chris Ellis
Review Bachmann: GWR 64XX 0-6-0PT

227 OO Chris Ellis
Review Graham Farish: Fowler 4F 0-6-0

227 N Chris Ellis
Article New for 2015

228 Chris Ellis
Layout description Crystal Creek
A very small layout that can be used in multi-mode and multi-scale if desired.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
230 On30/Sn3.5/HO/OO Chris Ellis
Article Notes from Isla Blanca - Rolling Stock
Some useful ideas by Giles Barnabe on the making of models for his On30 layout.
232 On30 Giles Barnabe
Layout idea Industry prototypes, USA
John Melford describes and illustrates some actual settings that could be modelled
234 John Melford
Layout description Cycle Halt
Paul Hefford built this 32-inch long folding 009 to carry to shows in his backpack.
236 OO9 Paul Hefford
Scale drawing Midland Railway 5 ton Covered Goods Van

238 Arthur North
Scale drawing Midland Railway 5t/6t Refrigerated Meat Van

239 Arthur North
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.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
240 Giles Barnabe
Layout idea Build it in N scale
Putting the finishing touches to the Warren Branch layout, continued from the last issue.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
242 Chris Ellis
Article About the 'Scoot'
Editor describes the CNW commuter trains, with notes on modelling and the idea of suitable timetables.
244 Chris Ellis
Article A look at British signals
Some classic types of the steam age discussed by R.W.G. Bryant.
246 R.W.G. Bryant
Article Thinking about signal boxes
Related to signals are signal boxes, which also need to be modelled authentically
248 R.W.G. Bryant
Layout idea Alford Valley Railway
A tourist railway in Scotland visited by Gordon Walker - a simple line which may inspire narrow gauge modellers.
250 Gordon Walker

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.