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Contents for issue 27

Type Details Page Scale Author
Editorial Thinking Bigger
Editorial on the potential of larger scale (i.e. above OO/HO) modelling
225 Chris Ellis
Article New for 2000
Part 1 of the annual New Products line up
227 Chris Ellis
Article Narrow gauge in S
Potential models for a rarely modelled scale
Photograph(s)
231 S Chris Ellis
Layout idea Little or large?
Ideas and trackplans for small layouts in a large scale
Plan(s)
232 G Giles Barnabe
Layout idea The clipboard layout
More potential uses of foamcore board for layouts with diagrams and pictures
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
234 Chris Ellis
Layout idea Cadolzburg in detail
Lots of photographs of this German station as a basis for a layout
236 Chris Ellis
Scale drawing BR Mark I Pullman Parlour First

Plan(s)
238 Arthur North
Article Upgrading the old PIKO wagons
Updating the old East German make of rolling stock
Photograph(s)
240 HO Chris Ellis
Article British O gauge revisited
A look at British O scale potential
242 O Chris Ellis
Layout idea Union Wharf
An O scale layout for those with no room for O scale. 6ft x 1ft
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
244 Chris Ellis
Layout description Kamia
Dave backdates an old layout to 1880s America. 4ft x 1ft
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
247 HO Dave Howell

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.