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Contents for issue 62
|Editorial||The DCC age
The coming thing, or is it, and not for all.
|Review||Bachmann Class B Climax
|Review||Graham Farish Class 20 Diesel
|Layout idea||On30 Starter Layouts
Three plans for larger scale narrow gauge between 6ft x 1ft and 7ft x 1ft 2in
|Layout description||Western Landing;
Small narrow gauge layout inspired by Giles Barnebe's plans on page 202. Author finally builds a layout to utilise his collection of On30 stock.
Improving the look of model locomotives.
|Layout description||Blacksmith Fork Part 2
Continued from 61/179 this part deals switching zones, the rail customers within and the cars that serve them, with the manner of operation.
|Layout description||Dymock's Mill Quarry
LMS exhibition layout by North Downs Model Railway Circle. The requirements for an exhibition, baseboard construction and scenic work. 12ft x 6in
|Scale drawing||LMS Containers Type A & flat wagons
|Layout description||Clun; Small LMS Terminal
Compact automatic LMS/GWR layout using 10 inch curves.
|Layout description||Manana Island Railway
Light hearted description of a fictional Caribbean island layout in which the builder proposes used ex GWR stock alongside a narrow gauge sugar plantation line 3ft 3in x 4ft 6in
|214||OO, OO9||Paul Catchpole|
|Layout description||St Marks Yard
An industrial area of Los Angeles, known as the "Rat Hole". This inspired Tim Neale to build a switching layout. Although built for home use, it has been exhibited. 8ft 4in x 2ft 2in
|Article||Alive & Well
Unloading American covered hoppers by means of a trackside auger.
|Layout idea||China Basin Revisited
Reworking of plans first shown in Issue 54.
|218||HO, N||Mark Holmstrup|
|Layout idea||Hamilton City
1950's US switching layout designed as a challenging, but plausible operation.