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Contents for issue 69
The growing enticement of DCC.
|Review||Hornby: Rebuilt 'West Country' 4-6-2
|Review||Hornby: Class 73
|Review||Hornby: Class 59
|Review||Hornby: Class 156 DMU
|Article||New for 2007 - part 1
|Layout description||Cascade East
A 12ft long O American switching layout having much potential, with plan for a HO 6ft version.
|Layout description||Quart into pint pot
Futtocks End to Gn15 gauge, is a 4'6x12" model of charcter depicting a private railway of the 1920's on a large country estate in the UK.
|Layout description||Phoenix, Illinois
Fired by a visit to Canada this is a first venture into American HO of a small town switching yard on a layout 6ft x 1ft 3in.
|404||HO||David J Rooke|
|Scale drawing||Private Owner Chemical Wagons
Chance & Hunt salt and Pilkington Bros sand wagons.
|Layout idea||Open fiddle yard
Why hide the fiddle yard? a new approach by using it as part and parcel of the layout.
|Article||Old friends revisited
How to add details to the Mehano HO American 'Little Joe' 0-4-0ST and the Hornby OO GWR Railcar.
|410||HO, OO||Chris Ellis|
|Layout idea||Castletown Pier
A variation of the Port Abel idea (66/331) based on a real stone loading pier within the confines of Portland Harbour, Dorset.
|Layout description||Very compact N gauge
A small and neat GWR branch terminus layout in N, 2ft x 8in.
|Layout idea||Real life fiddle yards
Variations on the secenic fiddle yard idea (69/408) with examples.