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Contents for issue 29
|Editorial||Quarts in Pint Pots
Editorial comment on small layouts, usually 4ft x 1ft in OO/HO
|Review||Hornby Rebuilt Merchant Navy 4-6-2
|Review||Mehano US Mogul 2-6-0
|Layout description||Kristallburg (Mittel Franken)
A simple German outline layout, 4ft x 8in + cassette
|Layout idea||The "Seekuh" Concept
Prototype German branchline inspiration
|Layout idea||Ely Freight Terminal
A rare surviving British Freight facility as possible layout inspiration, with location photos and trackplan ideas.
|Scale drawing||BR Mk 1 Coaching stock Pullman Kitchen Second
Very compact but busy yard layout.
|Layout idea||Track in the Streets
The appeal of street-running trains, with prototype inspiration and photos, mainly from Germany.
|Article||Doodlebug in N
Modifying a Bachmann Tram into a "Doodlebug" motor Car, with real and model photos.
|Layout idea||Dawson Creek Grain Terminal
Prototype small modern US grain handling facility.
|Article||The Perfect Pannier
Detailing the latest Bachmann Pannier Tank model, with model and prototype photos.
|Article||Box Files to Stock Boxes
How to convert Office Box Files into storage for model trains.
4ft x 4ft L shaped plan
6ft x 1ft
A useful table of Diesel axle and bogie measurements for British and American diesel classes.