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Contents for issue 34
|Editorial||On the internet
Comment on the internet and its usefulness for railway modelling.
|Article||New for 2001 - part 2
Part 2 of the annual 'New Products' review.
|Layout idea||Railways on the Internet
Useful advice on how the internet can be of help to the modeller.
|Article||Town buildings for British HO
Tips for using Jouef kits to make more typically "British" buildings.
|Scale drawing||BR Motor Car Van for Ferry Services
|Layout description||Port Andham
Ultra-small (4ft 6in x 1ft) and portable British HO layout.
|Layout description||Finistère, New Brunswick
Compact (12ft long) switching layout set in Canada.
|Layout description||Beyond Funfzehn/Neuburg Heumark
German-outline layout depicting a mainline Station in 7ft x 1ft.
US-outline switching layout in 5ft x 2ft.
|Layout description||Walmington Pier Tramway
The first article about this now-familiar Pier Tramway layout.
|Layout idea||More quarts in pint pots
Two trackplan variations by Jack; the first is a stretched version of Tutelo (above) while the second is the now-famous (and much-copied) "Box Street Yard".