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Contents for issue 50
Thoughts on reaching half a century of issues of MTI; that it's the 'inspirational layout that gets us going and the continued support of the subscribers is encouraging.
|Review||Hornby: BR Class 50
|Review||Hornby: Bulleid Q1 0-6-0
|Review||Lifelike: Alco RS2
|Review||Atlas: Fairbanks-Morse H16-44
|Layout description||The Ninemile Branch
A scenic and systematically operated American HO shortline, the JFRR. A 12ft x 2ft layout set in western Montana.
Chris Ellis, Jack Chipperfield, Ian Bareham, Carl Arendt, Jack Trollope and John Allison write about layouts that have influenced and inspired them.
|Article||A lifetime of layouts
An overview of layouts through the years the author has seen, remembered and liked.
|Scale drawing||GWR Rolling stock
Siphon "G" Milk Van
|Layout idea||Try Miniature Railways
Ideas for modelling miniature railways (derived from MTI39) in 7mm scale describing conversion of locos and stock.
|Layout idea||The shortest short line?
The Marion River Carry Railroad - a real life line in upstate New York less than a mile long, with only one point.
|Layout description||The Crystal River Carry RR
Small HO layout inspired by the Marion River Carry Railroad with possibilities of either US or German settings. 4ft x 6in
|Article||A hopper loader
Drawing and advice on building a little modelled British lineside feature.
|Layout description||The Harlee Valley
US based Inglenook using Ikea shelves as a baseboard. built to bring operating fun into the author's life! 80x28cm.
|388||N||Jappe (JeanPierre Vanderborght)|