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Contents for issue 27
Editorial on the potential of larger scale (i.e. above OO/HO) modelling
|Article||New for 2000
Part 1 of the annual New Products line up
|Article||Narrow gauge in S
Potential models for a rarely modelled scale
|Layout idea||Little or large?
Ideas and trackplans for small layouts in a large scale
|Layout idea||The clipboard layout
More potential uses of foamcore board for layouts with diagrams and pictures
|Layout idea||Cadolzburg in detail
Lots of photographs of this German station as a basis for a layout
|Scale drawing||BR Mark I Pullman Parlour First
|Article||Upgrading the old PIKO wagons
Updating the old East German make of rolling stock
|Article||British O gauge revisited
A look at British O scale potential
|Layout idea||Union Wharf
An O scale layout for those with no room for O scale. 6ft x 1ft
Dave backdates an old layout to 1880s America. 4ft x 1ft