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Contents for issue 29

Type Details Page Scale Author
Editorial Quarts in Pint Pots
Editorial comment on small layouts, usually 4ft x 1ft in OO/HO
281 Chris Ellis
Review Hornby Rebuilt Merchant Navy 4-6-2

283 OO Chris Ellis
Review Mehano US Mogul 2-6-0

283 HO Chris Ellis
Layout description Kristallburg (Mittel Franken)
A simple German outline layout, 4ft x 8in + cassette
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
286 HO Chris Ellis
Layout idea The "Seekuh" Concept
Prototype German branchline inspiration
289 Chris Ellis
Layout idea Ely Freight Terminal
A rare surviving British Freight facility as possible layout inspiration, with location photos and trackplan ideas.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
292 Ian Bareham
Scale drawing BR Mk 1 Coaching stock Pullman Kitchen Second

294 Arthur North
Layout description Smallways
Very compact but busy yard layout.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
296 HO John Allison
Layout idea Track in the Streets
The appeal of street-running trains, with prototype inspiration and photos, mainly from Germany.
298 Chris Ellis
Article Doodlebug in N
Modifying a Bachmann Tram into a "Doodlebug" motor Car, with real and model photos.
300 N Chris Ellis
Layout idea Dawson Creek Grain Terminal
Prototype small modern US grain handling facility.
301 Ian Bareham
Article The Perfect Pannier
Detailing the latest Bachmann Pannier Tank model, with model and prototype photos.
302 OO Chris Ellis
Article Box Files to Stock Boxes
How to convert Office Box Files into storage for model trains.
303 Stuart Robinson
Article Switchen Corner
4ft x 4ft L shaped plan
305 HO Jack Trollope
Article Foldingham alternative
6ft x 1ft
305 HO/OO Giles Barnabe
Article Dimensions Table
A useful table of Diesel axle and bogie measurements for British and American diesel classes.
308 Graham 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.