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Contents for issue 17
Editorial on the (then) gap in standards between British and US models
|Review||Lima: Class 121 DMU
|Review||Athearn: Genesis AMD103
|Review||Arnold: Duewag Tram
|Review||Kato: Duewag Tram
|Review||Arnold: DB Class 10 Pacific
|Review||Atlas: EMD GP402
|Article||Triebwagon for Narrow Gauge
Model made from Gnomy toys.
|Layout idea||Jack 'N'aBox
Ideas and trackplan for a US outline layout with diagrams and photos.
|Layout description||Port Abbot Quay
GWR Branchline layout in the classic style, with photos. (No trackplan)
|Layout idea||Small Space Switching in Lesana Yard
Idea and trackplan for very compact US outline operations.
|Layout description||Heinz Strasse/57th Street Lessingham
DualMode, Twolevel US & German outline layout, with photos and trackplan.
|Article||BRMSB Structural Clearances
Comprehensive data and diagrams for British clearance measurements
|Layout idea||'Low Relief' Train Formations
Ideas for modelling large railway stations in very small spaces, with trackplan ideas and photos
|Layout idea||Keep It Modular
Discussion about portability and expansion potential of small layouts with trackplans and photos.
|Layout idea||Flexible Railway Modelling
An experimental 'modular' approach to model railway layouts, with photos and diagrams
|Layout description||SP/Frisco Transfer
Development updates on Dave's very compact US outline layout, with photos
|Article||Instant Buildings from old Stock
Structures made from old rolling stock, based on real US prototypes, with photos.