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Contents for issue 61
The demise of the cheap and cheerful models, mainly American and the alternatives.
|Review||Hornby :Gresley A4
|Review||Bachmann Davenport Gas Mechanical Switcher
|Article||Cyclone Fence Factory
A real life modest sized American lineside industry suitable for low relief modelling.
|Layout idea||Solo fiddle . . . or who are you trying to fool?
Thoughts on the design and management of fiddle yards with 'omo' in mind.
|Layout idea||Claremont & Concord RR
The potential of a 1:29 scale short line track plan using G scale track as translated to HO.
|178||HO||Chris Ellis, Jack Trollope|
|Layout description||Blacksmith Fork Part 1
The development of an American HO layout, its switching zones and methods of operation employed.
|Layout description||Colinton in Z scale
A layout modelled in Z based on a real Scottish location as it was a century ago.
|Scale drawing||LNWR Brake Van D17 & Open Wagon D103
|Layout description||Ballard Terminal RR in HO
Well executed and nicely detailed classic American shortline HO model of what happens to be the RR where the author works.
|Article||Bogie Woodchip Gondolas
Conversion of Bachmann N gauge wagons (or similar) to narrow gauge.
|Layout description||Tempelfjord Kolgrube Kompani
6ft long narrow gauge model of a Scandinavian mining railway to the Se scale.
|Layout idea||Bavarian branch line
Ideas for a German branch line in either HO, or TT in the same area of about 5ft square.
|190||HO, TT||Giles Barnabe|
|Article||Western Pacific GP9
Detailing a Proto 2000 model bought at a bargain price, to follow its actual prototype.