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Contents for issue 39
Comment on the rise of DCC locos.
|Review||Bachmann: BR 4MT 2-6-4T
|Review||Hornby: 'Princess Royal' Class 4-6-2
|Review||Dapol: Virgin Class 390 Pendolino
|Article||New for 2002 - part 1
Part 1 of the annual 'New Products' review.
|Layout idea||Maybrick Street Goods (East London yards)
Compact London Goods Yards of the past, as inspiration for layouts.
|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.
|Layout description||Midd Valley Memories
Giles recalls an early Narrow-Gauge layout using 12mm track in 4mm scale.
|Scale drawing||Midland Railway Battery Loco No.1550
|Layout idea||Modelling a miniature railway
The concept of modelling a miniature railway is discussed.
|Article||Cheap transport for HO
Some cheap die-cast lorry/truck models from toys for HO scale.
British LMS-outline layout based near Wrexham in 8ft x 1ft.
|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.
|76||HO, OO||Jack Trollope, Nick Palette|
|Layout idea||British NG in 1:38 scale
Ideas for trains in an unusual scale (8mm:1ft).
|Layout idea||C&N Railroad
US-outline trackplan concept. 8ft x 6ft.