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Contents for issue 64
|Editorial||Good old days
Nostalgic memories of the days when railways flourished with passenger and goods services on main and branch lines.
|Review||Athearn: Alco RS3
|Review||Roundhouse: EMD Model 40
|Review||Hornby: 'King' Class 4-6-0
|Review||Bachmann: WD Class 2-8-0
|Review||Graham farish: Class 44, 45, 46 'Peak" diesel
|Article||New for 2006 - part 2
|Layout description||Dunnock Edge Branch, Part 1
A "classic' GWR branch line in OO describing its setting, operating scheme and locos and stock employed.
|Layout description||La Planche-de-Bretagne
A simple but very effective French N branch terminal layout using a prototype as inspiration.
|Layout description||Blacksmith Fork, Part 3
The concluding part (see 61/179, 62/206) about an American HO switching layout with track plan, describing its scenic treatment and structures.
|Scale drawing||LMS Page 10 D1665 GUNPOWDER VAN
|Article||An Americanised 'Otto'
How to alter the LGB 'toy' loco into an American version.
A report on this alternative magnetic coupling for OO.
|Article||Supporting a baseboard
A novel and adaptable method to support a baseboard using Contiboard.
|Article||NG container flats
How to adapt Bachmann/Model Power bogie flat wagons to carry containers.
|271||HOe, OO9||Graham Hand|
|Layout description||August Yard
A first attempt descibed of building and operating an American N switching yard.
How to build a highly detailed structure flat of an actual American lineside industrial building in HO.
|Layout idea||Pretter Port
A design for a dockside railway inspired by a diorama.
|Layout description||Jax Yard
A combined Inglenook and Timesaver layout in multi-mode.
|276||HO, OO||Jack Trollope|