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Contents for issue 65
What can be done with 'small' railways as a subject for modelling.
|Review||Hornby international/Lima; DB E10 005
|Review||Bachmann: Class 158 DMU
|Review||Graham Farish; Class 66
|Review||Graham Farish: Class 50
|Layout description||Dunnock Edge Branch Part 2
How to build and operate a branch line terminus with an example of the 'sequence'method.
|Layout description||Carholme Yard-Lincoln
A British mini-layout in HO for shunting, only 40in x 12in.
|Layout idea||The Atlas Terminal RR
An American 'vest-pocket' RR in New York as a subject for a layout.
|Article||MOW Department models
Details of lineside Maintenance-of- Way buildings and equipment.
The potential of Skaledale guildings for simple improvement.
|Scale drawing||Signs of the Times
Canal Narrow Boats
|Article||Wells Quay Tramway
An East Anglian harbour branch line as a layout with plans by Jack Trollope.
|Article||Simple models for On30
Easy budget priced models demonstrated.
|300||On30, 16.5||Chris Ellis|
|Article||Jersey Central Caboose
How a rather rare type American caboose was modelled.
|Layout description||Irmin Road extended
The extension of a very small HO American layout to accommodate an 0-8-0 loco.
|Article||Mind the gap
Ways and means to take track and power across baseboard joins. )