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Contents for issue 23

Type Details Page Scale Author
Editorial The coupler question
The issue of couplings, and all the variation there is
113 Chris Ellis
Article New for 1999 - part 3
The conclusion of the annual round-up
114 Chris Ellis
Review Kato Alco RS2

115 N Chris Ellis
Review Lima Triple-artic Duewag tram

115 HO Chris Ellis
Article North British BO-BO
A scratchbuilt model of an early diesel type, with real and model photos
Photograph(s)
119 HO John Allison
Layout description Bahnbetriebswerk Dugelsheim
A German outline diesel depot layout, with photos and trackplan. 6ft x 2ft
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
120 Doug Tomkins
Layout idea Steam era loco depots
Trackplans, real and model photos and a diagram of a Coaling Tower for steam era engine sheds
122 Chris Ellis
Layout description Felsham Road
A 4ft 6in x 15in freelance rural narrow gauge layout
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
124 O16.5 Greg Dodsworth
Scale drawing BR steam loco painting guide
Comprehensive paint and lining diagrams for BR steam locos from 1948 on
Plan(s)
126 Arthur North
Article Magnetic coupling for 4mm
The Editor shows how he has fitted Kadee couplers to some UK models
128 OO Chris Ellis
Article Another American abroad
Conversion of a GE 44-tonner to European specifications
131 HO Chris Ellis
Article ATSF 44 tonner
How the loco looked in Santa Fe service, with real and (HO) model photos
133 Chris Ellis
Article Getting going in G scale
Suggestions for suitable US outline models to start in this large scale
Photograph(s)
134 Chris Ellis
Layout description Ulvik
Norwegian outline layout in 12ft x 1ft 6in
136 HO Martin Axford
Article Modelling Norwegian rail
The potential for modelling a less-familiar system, with photos and a trackplan
137 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.