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Contents for issue 68
|Editorial||Simple and efficient
We could all (or many) do better in getting better running and performance from our layouts.
|Review||Hornby: EWS Class 67
|Article||Hornby: Class 121 single unit railcar
|Review||Bachmann: Fairburn 2-6-4 T
|Article||Small space-big photos
The art of taking photographs of your layout for pleasure.
|371||Dennis H Murphy|
A 'might have been' French HO layout set in the Opal Coast area.
As Walthers puts it '. . . a backscene adds miles to your layout. . . and some suggestions as how to go about it.
|Layout description||The Burbank Branch
An American HO layout based closely on an actual SP location.
|Scale drawing||Private Owner Chemical Wagons
Chance & Hunt Ltd of Oldbury and Castleford.
|Layout description||Quad Y update
The story continued of the author's building of his first HO American layout (67/346), covering structures and scenics.
|Layout description||Structures at Burbank
A closer look at the author's well conceived and executed American San Fernando Valley HO layout.
|Article||Little things that matter
Smoke and illumination for a layouts structures.
|383||N||Dennis H Murphy|
|Layout description||Baltic Quay
A simple and compact O shunting layout built at minimal expense, 12ft x 12in with plans for OO/HO.
|Layout description||Coquimbo Traction
A tiny layout set in Chile in HO that fits into a shoebox.
|Layout description||New wine, old bottles
The authors SP/Frisco Transfer 3ft long HO layout becomes Helper Yard.
|Layout description||Two more loco shed layouts
Two small, 29in long, layouts built with public operation at shows in mind.
|387||HO, OO||Chris Ellis|
|Layout idea||'Bubblecar' details
Small changes and additions to improve the Hornby model.