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Contents for issue 24

Type Details Page Scale Author
Editorial Four years on
Editorial on how MTI came about from the demise of Scale Model Trains in June 1995
141 Chris Ellis
Review Mehano Alco C-415

143 HO Chris Ellis
Review Kato EMD SD40-2

143 HO Chris Ellis
Review Hornby A3

143 OO Chris Ellis
Review Hornby A4

143 OO Chris Ellis
Review Hornby B12/3

143 OO Chris Ellis
Layout description Hemlock
GWR outline layout of Croydon MRS
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
146 TT Richard Preece
Article Detailing a GWR Terrier and Light railway J94
Two easy detailing projects for small locos
148 OO Chris Ellis
Layout idea Foldingham
An idea for a small (approx. 5ft x 8in) portable layout, with trackplan and diagrams
150 OO/HO Jack Trollope
Layout idea Folding Haven (Foldingham 2)
Further ideas for the Foldingham project, with more trackplans and diagrams
152 OO/HO Jack Trollope
Scale drawing Painting BR rolling stock
Diagrams and photographs giving guidelines for painting BR coaches and wagons, 1948 to 1966 (pre-BR blue era)
154 Arthur North
Layout idea Taunton Concrete Works
A former BR installation as a basis for a layout
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
156 Julian Andrews
Layout idea Trawsfynydd Nuclear Flask Terminal
Idea and trackplan for a 6ft x 15in modern UK layout
157 OO Rob Rhodes
Layout description The Foldingham Project
Part 1: The Editor starts to build the layout proposed by Jack Trollope in this issue in 5ft x 1ft
158 OO Chris Ellis
Layout description Willow Falls and Rolling Falls
A relatively small (12ft x 2ft) layout in a very large scale
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
160 Gn3 Stuart Robinson
Article Magnetic coupling for 4mm - part 2
More ideas on fitting UK 4mm stock with Kadee couplings
162 OO Chris Ellis
Article Feed, seed and storage
German-outline 'Feed & Seed' warehouses, with real and model photos
164 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.