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Contents for issue 70
|Editorial||Keep on modelling!
Editors thoughts on reaching the 250th model railway magazine he has edited since December 1979. Some record!
|Review||Hornby: N15 'King Arthur ' Class 4-6-0
|Review||Hornby: Virgin Pendolino Class 390
|Review||ViTrains: Class 37/4
|Review||Liliput: OBB Class 2060 (X260) shunting loco
|Article||New for 2007 - part 2
|Layout idea||A Warehouse Switching District
A 5ft x 1ft American N gauge switching layout with traverser, but suitable for multi-mode.
|Layout idea||On to Santa Clementia
The American Interurban era and scene as the basis for a different kind of layout, and a slice of California.
|Article||Seventy-five years plus! Part 1
Looking back over 75+ years in the hobby and adventures along the way.
|Scale drawing||Signs of the Times
Railway Day boats.
|Layout description||Niedlingen, Weserbahn
On the Privatbahnen (private lines) theme an HO layout with a 'reverse inglenook' plan set in Germany.
|Layout idea||The Weymouth Harbour Tramway
Weymouth was the only town in the UK with a GWR main line running through its streets so to serve the Channel Island steamer services from the harbour. And makes a different subject for a layout.
A compact nicely modelled 3'6" gauge light railway linking the GWR with a small Cornish fishing village.
|Article||Container handling-1929 style
From wagon to ship.
|Layout description||Walmington Pier update
Various misadventures and their outcome with a potted fictional history of the piers origins.