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Contents for issue 31
|Editorial||Try A Makeover
Comments on the short lifespan of modern layouts
|Review||Lifelike: Budd Railcar
|Review||Marklin: Class 98.3 0-4-0
|Review||Roco: DB Class 80
|Review||Tillig: DR Class 212
The 22ft long GWR layout of the Barking & District MRC.
|Article||A Look At Gauge 1
A look at this large scale using mostly German and British models
|Layout description||Glenvale Freight Station
Chris Ellis ventures into American S scale with his new 6ft 6in x 1ft layout.
|Layout idea||More on Mini Switchman
Further thoughts on the Mini Switchman plan from issue 30 (5ft x 1ft in HO)
|Scale drawing||BR Pullman Parlour Kitchen Car (1966)
|Layout description||Munsee Sidings
A very small - 4ft x 1ft - US outline layout.
Methods of baseboard construction
|Layout description||Steam Mills, Stroud County
Work in progress on a shortline layout. 7ft x 6ft.
|Article||Trees Are Easy
Richard shows how to make realistic trees.
|Layout description||Felsham St Gregory
A narrow gauge layout set in East Anglia. 9ft x 2ft.