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Contents for issue 66
A round-up of the'Tuning Fork' idea for small layouts started in MTI46.
|Review||Bachmann: BR Class 9F 2-10-0
|Review||Bachmann: Ivatt Classs 4MT 2-6-0
|Review||Atlas: Baldwin VO-1000
|Layout description||Upton update
A British 'heritage' shunting yard set in the early diesel/steam era in HO based on a 1952 layout.
|Layout description||Kristallhfen Kleinbahn Part 1
How a European small S gauge narrow gauge layout was built, economy style.
|Article||Quincy Bay Terminal RR
The modelling possibilities of an American shortline.
|Layout description||Riverside Spur
A very small American N scale layout built as an easy 'tuning fork' module.
|Scale drawing||The Narrow Boats, Motor Boat and Butty
|Layout idea||Tuning Fork potential
Some actual examples of real-life 'Tuning Fork' yards, both American and European.
|Article||Layout on a cork board
Making use of an 'off the wall' cork notice board as a baseboard.
|Article||Locomotives for Gn15
The possibilities of altering and adapting proprietary models, with examples.
|Article||Switching the yard at Jonsville
The method(s) adopted to operate a small American HO switching layout.
|Article||The 'What if' syndrome
Some musings on the 'art' of modifying other people's layout ideas, featuring Port Abel, MTI 44.