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Contents for issue 21

Type Details Page Scale Author
Editorial Cutting the cost
Editorial about the cost of continental models
57 Chris Ellis
Article What's new 1999
Part one of the annual product review
58 Chris Ellis
Review Life-like EMD GP7

59 HO Chris Ellis
Review Mehano 2-8-0 Consolidation

59 HO Chris Ellis
Review Jouef SNCF Class 141P I14

59 HO Chris Ellis
Layout description Gasworks Row
A very compact (37in x 16in) EM gauge layout set in 1912 London
62 EM Brian Wakeling
Layout idea The Tarbat Peninsular Light Railway
A "might-have-been" light railway set in northern Scotland
Plan(s)
64 Jack Trollope
Article Steam tram inspiration
French Steam trams discussed, with prototype photos
Photograph(s)
65 Giles Barnabe
Article American abroad
An EMDSW7 is converted to an 'Export' SW8 for Europe, with model photos
Photograph(s)
68 Chris Ellis
Scale drawing Mk I Pullman Kitchen First of 1961

Plan(s)
70 Arthur North
Layout idea Completing the lightweight layout
Concluding photos of a (2ft 6in x 6in) layout built on a foamcore board
72 N Chris Ellis
Layout description SP/Frisco Transfer, one year on
An update on a compact (3ft 6in x 6in) US outline switching layout
73 HO Dave Carson
Article Short Line seeking
Effective (pre-internet) research procedures for overseas modelling
74 Julian Andrews
Layout idea Klein Abstellglies
Discussing the design concepts and application to small layouts with photos and diagrams
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
76 Stuart Robinson
Article Doodlebug days
The Doodlebug Motor Car (single powered carraige) discussed, with prototype photos and drawings
Photograph(s)
79 Chris Ellis
Article Modelling Doodlebugs
Putting the above article into practice, with photos
Photograph(s)
81 Chris Ellis

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.