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Contents for issue 35
The editor discusses operation improvements made possible by modern coupling systems
|Review||Roco: KBaySB Class 3/6 Pacific
|Review||Bachmann: EMD GP30
|Review||Roco: DB Class 364
|Article||Kadee: NEM 362 couplers
Fitting American couplers to European models
|454||HO||T B Owen|
|Article||More Matters Magnetic
Information on magnetic couplers
|Layout description||Smooth and simple - 1
4ft 6in x 8in Inglenook style test track developed into a multi mode layout.
|Layout idea||Some variations on the theme. . .
Inglenook variations: three alternative plans.
|Scale drawing||British Railways Coaching Stock 21-ton high goods wagon
|Layout description||Alimma, Indiana
US N gauge on an ironing board. Inglenook based shunting layout 3ft x 9in. With notes on the ironing board as a base for a layout.
|Layout idea||Alderman Quay
British freight yard set in East Anglia.
|Layout description||Mitropa Depot - 1931
Mini (3ft x 6in) diorama showing German Sleeping car company service area with background information on the Mitropa organisation.
|Layout idea||34th Street Yard
US switching layout with sector plate at one end and a turntable at the other. 6ft x 1ft+ in HO scale.
|Layout description||Private Siding in France
More on French layout originally featured in Issue 25.
|Layout description||Kitland's Light Railway
7 1/4 inch gauge garden railway built from scratch! Description of track & stock.
|472||7.1/4 inch||Andrew Knights|
Details for the Hornby LBSCR & KESR Terriers