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Contents for issue 39

Type Details Page Scale Author
Editorial Digital wonders
Comment on the rise of DCC locos.
0 Chris Ellis
Review Bachmann: BR 4MT 2-6-4T

59 OO Chris Ellis
Review Hornby: 'Princess Royal' Class 4-6-2

59 OO Chris Ellis
Review Dapol: Virgin Class 390 Pendolino

59 OO Chris Ellis
Article New for 2002 - part 1
Part 1 of the annual 'New Products' review.
61 Various Chris Ellis
Layout idea Maybrick Street Goods (East London yards)
Compact London Goods Yards of the past, as inspiration for layouts.
64 Ian Bareham
Article Of hoists, capstans and viaducts
A follow-up article to Maybrick Street Goods, looking at how wagons are shunted without locos with a OO layout idea in 3ft x 1ft.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
66 Chris Ellis
Layout description Midd Valley Memories
Giles recalls an early Narrow-Gauge layout using 12mm track in 4mm scale.
68 OOn3 Giles Barnabe
Scale drawing Midland Railway Battery Loco No.1550

Plan(s)
70 Arthur North
Layout idea Modelling a miniature railway
The concept of modelling a miniature railway is discussed.
73 Dave Carson
Article Cheap transport for HO
Some cheap die-cast lorry/truck models from toys for HO scale.
73 HO Ian Bareham
Layout description Moss
British LMS-outline layout based near Wrexham in 8ft x 1ft.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
75 OO Stuart Robinson
Layout idea TimeSaver Plus and other good ideas
More trackplan ideas: TimeSaver Plus, Box Street Yard and a Foldingham variation (all 6ft by 1ft) plus an un-named shortline layout in 10ft x 6ft.
Plan(s)
76 HO, OO Jack Trollope, Nick Palette
Layout idea British NG in 1:38 scale
Ideas for trains in an unusual scale (8mm:1ft).
Photograph(s)
78 1:38 Chris Ellis
Layout idea C&N Railroad
US-outline trackplan concept. 8ft x 6ft.
Plan(s)
80 N Giles Barnabe

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.