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Contents for issue 46
|Editorial||What is acceptable?
Guest editorial writer Dave Howell, comments on the practice of manufacturers presenting products representing other than they actually are.
|Article||New for 2003 - part 2
|Layout description||Industry at Tuning Fork
Extensions, improvements and additions to this simple HO switching layout with further benefits found.
|Layout description||A3 Challenge
This challenge was mounted in 42/43 and the article covers some of the layouts in HO, OO, N and HOe entered for the WRG show in March 2003.
Photographic essay on European lineside industries.
|Scale drawing||Little Stone Station
Plans of a very small American station well suited to other locations.
HO American switching layout in a sceniced industrial scene 4ft x 12in long with 2ft fiddle yard plus an extension, built on light weight box type boards.
|Layout description||Enterprise Gold Mining Co.
Well done US narrow gauge On30 exhibition layout about 6ft long designed for visual impact, and with comprehensive notes on the criteria adopted and methods used.
|Layout description||Ponca Yard
A HO modular fully sceniced US layout 40ft x 1ft depicting a single main line running through an industrial district and serving the businesses and warehouses along its way.
|273||HO||Paul Van Herwegen|
|Layout description||The Termingle
Going beyond the Inglenook to include a station and more operation; a layout in HO/OO built on two tapering folding halves 5ft 3in x1ft.
|276||HO, OO||David Thomas|