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Contents for issue 57
|Editorial||Alan Wright's legacy
Commemorating Alan for all his contributions to present day modelling with his well executed smaller layouts of simple charm; amongst them the basic oval and to whom we owe the Inglenook.
|Review||Hornby: BR Class 31
|Review||Roco: DB Class V65
|Article||New for 2005 - part 1
|Layout description||South Street Switching
Prototypical operation (or nearly)by reference to 'switching zones' on small American switching layouts.
|Layout idea||Trafford Park in 2004
A visit to this UK industrial park gave rise to some good ideas for a 6ft x 4ft small layout in OO.
|Article||NG lowside wagons
Using Bachmann N gauge chassis for 009 and HOe NG wagons.
|67||HOe, OO9||Graham Hand|
|Layout idea||Catwater derivatives, HO or On30
Variations in the smaller scales of HO or On30 on Giles Barnabe's compact G scale Catwater & Southern RR layout as a'backwoods'rr or shortline.
|68||HO, On30||Jack Trollope|
|Scale drawing||Scammell Townsman 3ton A. L. trailer
|Article||LMS Austin K2 Parcels Van
|Article||Western Pacific Alco S2
Detailing an Atlas Alco S2.
|Layout idea||Snape & Ballart - continued
Variations in HO on previous trackplans of switching or shunting yards, 6ft x 10in or 12in and using a sector plate or traversers.
|Layout description||Selbury Works Sidings
Remembering a British modern era O gauge authentic looking shunting layout 15ft or 16ft 6in long from the 1980's, which included cable shunting & early sound effects system. Includes a plan by Jack Trollope for OO version 8'6" long.
|Layout idea||Ops at the shops
N gauge American layout plans for a board 2ft x 4ft, using Walthers structure kits and with a car repair shop theme.
|Layout idea||The Bakery Branch
At the heart of this plan for a 8ft 6in long American (or other) switching layout in HO is a 5-3-3 Inglenook.
|Layout idea||Busy corner layout
Suggestions for a HO logging or mineral rr on a layout built into the corner of a room and with big operating and scenic opportunities.
|Layout idea||Standard gauge logging
The modelling potential and equipment used used in logging rr operations and their availibility as models.