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Contents for issue 28

Type Details Page Scale Author
Editorial Ho, Ho - again
Editorial comment on the current (2000) state of British HO scale
253 Chris Ellis
Article New for 2000 - part 2

256 Various Chris Ellis
Layout description SP/Frisco Transfer again
Dave reports on development of his small US Switching-puzzle layout.
Photograph(s)
261 HO Dave Carson
Layout description Furzendorf
German-outline Rural Branchline layout, 4ft x 15in.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
262 HO Norman Raven
Layout idea New England Idyll
Looking at Sandwich, Mass., as a basis for a layout, with location photos and trackplan ideas.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
264 Paul Brookes-Burke
Scale drawing BR Mk 1 Coaching stock Pullman Parlour Second

Plan(s)
266 Arthur North
Article All Change in Germany
A look at recent changes to German railways with prototype photos.
Photograph(s)
268 Chris Ellis
Layout description Kristallburg on Foamcore
Chris builds a new US-outline layout on Foamcore board. 5ft x 1ft.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
271 HO Chris Ellis
Layout idea Are you loaded?
Looking at ideas to show 'Empty/Loaded' goods traffic on layouts.
Plan(s)
274 Giles Barnabe
Article Your first British HO loco?
Chris converts the Hornby/Dapol Pug to HO scale.
Photograph(s)
276 HO Chris Ellis
Article Pill Boxes and Air Raid Shelters
A quick look at 'leftovers' from WW2 and how to model them.
279 Ian Bareham
Article Very Simple Ballast
Pictures introducing the 'Bogus Ballasting' concept.
Photograph(s)
279 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.