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Contents for issue 33

Type Details Page Scale Author
Editorial Looking Around
Comments on Trade Fairs
393 Chris Ellis
Review Hornby: LMS Princess Coronation Class Pacific

395 OO Chris Ellis
Review Bachmann: BR Class 08 diesel

395 OO Chris Ellis
Article A Working Crane
Adapting a Wills kit, not only to a working model, but removeable from a folding baseboard.
401 HO, OO John Allison
Layout idea Modelling Forestry Railways
East European narrow gauge lines described.
402 Chris Ellis
Layout description Karacsony Forestry Railway
Hungarian Narrow Gauge; 2m x 30cm layout built in an unusual scale/gauge (12mm) combination.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
404 Sn76 Kelvin White
Scale drawing British Railways Van for Continental Ferry Service

406 Arthur North
Layout idea Kentish Coal Line - Fact and Fiction
Update of a 1950's East Kent Line based layout & information on the original line.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
408 OO Giles Barnabe
Article BR Terriers
Extra details for the Hornby Terrier and converting model to represent variations.
410 OO Chris Ellis
Article Forestry Railway Models
Converting other scales to 1:64 scale narrow gauge
412 Sn76 Chris Ellis
Layout description New England Interchange
First venture into US S scale. 6ft 4in x 15in baseboards with foamcore tops, with notes on kits, track & accessories available.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
414 S Kevin Smith
Layout description Mowbray St Peter's
Portable LMS Terminus using small (2ft x 11in) very portable baseboards designed for ease of transport
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
416 OO Stuart Robinson
Layout idea Luzerne & Susquehanna Railway
Prototypical US shortline. Trackplan for 8ft x 8ft layout.
417 HO Jack Trollope

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.