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Contents for issue 36
|Editorial||Short Term or Long Term?
Thoughts on larger layouts versus smaller ones and the time either takes
|Review||SHS: EMD SW9
|Layout idea||On the Waterfront
US based riverfront design with overhead high level route
|Article||A loco for the waterfront
Converting a Rivarossi 0-6-0 ST to a BEDT loco
|Article||Southern Pacific SW1500
Detailing an Athearn switcher
|Layout description||Progress at Glenvale
Report on the US switching layout in an unusual scale
|Layout description||Smooth and simple - 2
Completion of a simple layout, to be used as a test track in multi mode
|Scale drawing||British Railways Mk 1 Coaching stock Covered Carriage Truck CCT
|Layout idea||Railways of the South Hams
Background to British layouts, set in South Devon
|Layout description||Stoney End
Remembering a narrow gauge layout, set in South West England, built over 20 years ago
|Layout idea||HO in a coffee table
Compact design set in an 'Ikea' coffee table
|Layout description||Out West ...
Southern Pacific layout set in Oregon
|Layout description||Walmington Pier Tramway - 2
Further detailing of a British seaside pier tramway