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Contents for issue 26

Type Details Page Scale Author
Editorial Plenty to do
Editorial comparing the state of the hobby now with 50 years ago
197 Chris Ellis
Review Hornby 61XX tank

199 OO Chris Ellis
Review Hornby 'Britannia' Pacific

199 OO Chris Ellis
Review Brawa Wurttemburg T3 0-6-0T

199 HO Chris Ellis
Review Life-like EMD E6 A+B units

199 HO Chris Ellis
Layout idea The Cadolzburg branch
A classic German branch line still in operation
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
202 Chris Ellis
Layout description Wrexham (Alyn) engine shed
A steam era LMS-outline layout, 4ft x 16in
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
206 OO Stuart Robinson
Article Detailing in G
The editor shows the potential for detailing large scale models
Photograph(s)
208 G Chris Ellis
Scale drawing Flat slate wagon
Drawings of a classic Welsh quarry vehicle
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
210 Arthur North
Article Rollwagen operation
How narrow gauge lines carry standard gauge wagons, with diagrams and photos
Photograph(s)
212 Chris Ellis
Layout idea The Foldingham project
Part 3: Completing the scenery on a small, folding layout
Photograph(s)
214 OO/HO Chris Ellis
Article Another look at S scale
The potential of a rarely modelled scale, focusing on the UK and US scenes
216 S Chris Ellis
Layout idea The Richardson Railways
Giles looks at classic layout designs by Mr J G Richardson, from 1956/7
Plan(s)
218 OO/HO Giles Barnabe
Article Loads of loads
A method of mass producing wagon loads, with diagram
220 Niel C Macmillen
Layout idea Kristallburg Belt Line
A trackplan for HO adapted from the Oe scale 'Kristallburg' layout of Chris Ellis's. 5ft x 1ft
Plan(s)
221 HO Jack Trollope

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.