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Contents for issue 70

Type Details Page Scale Author
Editorial Keep on modelling!
Editors thoughts on reaching the 250th model railway magazine he has edited since December 1979. Some record!
421 Chris Ellis
Review Hornby: N15 'King Arthur ' Class 4-6-0

423 OO Chris Ellis
Review Hornby: Virgin Pendolino Class 390

423 OO Chris Ellis
Review ViTrains: Class 37/4

423 OO Chris Ellis
Review Liliput: OBB Class 2060 (X260) shunting loco

423 HO Chris Ellis
Article New for 2007 - part 2

427 Various Chris Ellis
Layout idea A Warehouse Switching District
A 5ft x 1ft American N gauge switching layout with traverser, but suitable for multi-mode.
429 N Geoff Dagley
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.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
430 Giles Barnabe
Article Seventy-five years plus! Part 1
Looking back over 75+ years in the hobby and adventures along the way.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
433 John Allison
Scale drawing Signs of the Times
Railway Day boats.
434 Arthur North
Layout description Niedlingen, Weserbahn
On the Privatbahnen (private lines) theme an HO layout with a 'reverse inglenook' plan set in Germany.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
436 HO Chris Ellis
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.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
440 John Flann
Layout description Pelporro
A compact nicely modelled 3'6" gauge light railway linking the GWR with a small Cornish fishing village.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
442 G Brian Taylor
Article Container handling-1929 style
From wagon to ship.
443 Chris Ellis
Layout description Walmington Pier update
Various misadventures and their outcome with a potted fictional history of the piers origins.
444 OO Dave Cornas

This abstract of contents is the result of months of work by John Flann and Steve Hawthorne. If you can help fill in the gaps or have spotted any errors in the existing index, please contact Emrys Hopkins.