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Contents for issue 49
A contribution from an exhibitor on presentation of a layout at railway shows, on the do's and don'ts and what to expect.
|337||Chris Ellis, Dave Howell|
|Review||Hornby: Fowler 4P 2-6-4T
|Review||Bachmann: EMD GP40
|Review||IHC : 2-8-0 Consolidation
|Layout idea||Minimal G Scale
Three trackplans for small spaces (less than 8ft square) in G scale, keeping it 'small' and also adaptable to other scales.
|Layout description||Sandy Ford Junction
Detailed US switching layout 6ft x2ft 6in in HO set in the 1950's with fiddle yards either end, and explaining and adopting the ATSF practice of CLIC's. (pl, ph)
How these can provide both information and inspiration. With address of the Railway Postcard Collectors Circle.
|Scale drawing||13Ton China Clay Wagon (BR)
|Article||Rotating Train Tables
Suggestions as to how this commonplace kitchen cupboard fitting, the 'Lazy Susan', can be used with cassettes in micro layout design to give extra space and avoid point work.
Modern German terminus of about 6ft 6in x 12in in HO, designed around the need to fit in a new car and not have the drawbacks of a previous layout featuring push-pull operation, shunting and cut down Peco points.
|Layout idea||Out in the backwoods
Two compact plans one of about 5ft x 1ft 6in or more, no size given for the other but square in shape, for logging railways.
|Layout idea||The Effingham Railroad
Themes for layouts based on those serving industrial or business parks, principally in America with the example of the Effingham RR in Illinois.
|Layout description||A3 Challenge in HOe and HO
Two A3 Challenge layouts; one an English cement block making plant, the other an American street car terminal and both submitted in the WRG competition.
|360||HO, HOe||Andrew Knights|