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Contents for issue 54
|Editorial||Try other scales
The advantages of building small layouts is because there is probably space for more than one and in another scale.
|Review||Bachmann: Prairie 2-6-2
|Review||Bachmann: GE U36B
|Review||Hornby: Live Steam set
|Layout description||Catwater & Southern
Updates on large G scale US narrow gauge layout (previously shown issue 32). Author describes his methods for building structures.
|Layout description||Minimo in multi-mode
Small 0 gauge multi mode shunting layout. Lima track and interchangeable backscenes show what can be done in 80in x 8in.
|Layout idea||Pine Ridge Industrial Park
A very compact HO but busy micro American switching layout in three possible long or short versions, two 4ft x 1ft, one 4ft 6in x 1ft 3in.
|Layout description||A small twig of N
British terminus layout in N with potential to be expanded, built on an inherited baseboard. 23. 5in x 4in
|Scale drawing||Scammel 3 and 6 ton Mechanical Horse
|Article||More classic Layouts
Remembering more inspirational layouts Berrow, (OO, Mac Pyrke), Drylestwhaite & Wealdsend (TT, Jim Lawton), Torpoint (O, John Harrison), Rye & Camber (OO, J Joyce), Aix-Les-Pains (HOe, Ian Jowett), Wingham Light Railway (O, Derek Featherstone).
Adding to the Hornby 'Strawson' warehouse.
Detailing a Matchbox model.
|Article||Timber trestle bridges
Trestle bridges add to the scene American or elsewhere, and are not difficult to scratch build as the author shows how.
|Article||Basic Modelling - Power Leads
Simple power connection. ph)
|Layout idea||China Basin
A proposed elaborate N scale Santa Fe layout set in San Francisco Bay area, with information on operating and working.