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Contents for issue 32
|Editorial||Making a New Start
Reasons for a new layout
|Review||Mehano: Alco Century C-430
|Review||Life-Like: Fairbanks-Morse C-Liner
|Layout description||Vine Street Yard
Minimum space (7ft 6in x 2ft) US O gauge "downtown" switching layout, using over the counter stock, track & products.
Small branch terminus (5ft x 1ft) set in South Germany, built for exhibiting with operational interest.
|Layout description||Simply An 'El'
US switching layout that fits in a 10x8ft shed, set in California/Nevada borders - 1950-present day eras.
|374||HO||Peter Leask, Neil Macmillan|
|Article||Buildings for G Scale
Techniques for constructing large scale buildings for US narrow gauge.
|Scale drawing||British Railways Mk 2 Coaching stock Pullman Parlour Car Brake
|Layout idea||More East Anglian Ideas
Notes on the modern British scene, describing freight & passenger operation & stock used
|Article||Grass and Vegetation
Suggestions on scenic work and materials used.
|Layout idea||Harlem Transfer Company
Real US self contained railroad that looks like a train set.
|Layout idea||More Quarts in Pint Pots
Small layout plans with lots of track.
|384||HO, N||Jack Trollope|
|Layout description||Chessington Chalk Lane
British Southern Region layout built on curved baseboards with scratchbuilt art deco station building.
|385||EM||Chris Ellis, John Wass, Neil Ripley|
|Layout idea||Starting American?
Advice for those considering modelling American railroads. Suggestion for a starter shortline layout.