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Contents for issue 42
|Editorial||Quick build layouts!
Thoughts on completing micro layouts and the reasons for doing so
|Review||Hornby: Stanier Black 5
|Review||Mehano: MaK G2000 diesel
|Layout description||Adventures in Gauge 1
German industrial layout in G1 proving you have got room for a model railway. Builder explains the advantages of working in the larger scale 1100mmx5400mm and 4800mmx600mm
|Layout description||Ferry Creek - part 1
Compact US car float layout in California setting. 4'6"x11"
|Layout description||Micro layout in a month
Building a small multi mode layout in quick time 3'9"x6"
|Layout description||Bodger's End
Ultra compact UK narrow gauge - Micro Layout in 7mm scale. 4'x!"
|Scale drawing||BR Coaching stock Suburban Composite CL
|Article||Upgrading the Athearns
Detailing US diesels
|Article||Spares box and spares
Ideas for storing & using bits & pieces
|Layout description||Iceni Cement
BR era freight yard with description of building the cement silo (difficult!) 7'x1'
|Layout description||Walmington Pier Live!
English seaside pier tramway popular at exhibitions - builder gives insight into costs, history and feedback
|Layout description||Lees Street Basin
British canal side terminus. 1950s setting 4'x1"
Modern era British layout. Author describes his views on the planning.