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Contents for issue 71
|Editorial||Narrow gauge nirvana
Reflections on the growing interest in narrow gauge over the last sixty years, and before.
|Review||Piko SNCF BB66000 diesel
|Article||Seventy five years plus!
Looking back over early days in the hobby and adventures with amongst other things 1970's BR, N, Eggerbahn, Minitrix and many other comments, Part 2.
|Layout description||62nd Street Yard
Ventures in American HO with a very small layout.
|Article||A LPG facility
A common modern American rail-served facility that is easy to model.
|Layout idea||Prologis Logistics Park
An international effort about rail-served industrial and commercial parks in the UK with information, layout suggestions in HO/OO/N and ideas for larger layouts with potential (see also 72/482 for more information on this same subject)
|Article||More narrow gauge potential
Suggestions for narrow gauge locos and stock in 1n20 or 1n22.
|Layout description||Minimum space Gn15
A quarry module on a pizza box-a competition entry for layouts 12in square.
|Layout description||. . . . . and the smallest Inglenook!
Another competition entry with a German theme 12in square.
|Scale drawing||Signs of the times Barrels standard sizes
|Layout description||Taylor Terminal II
An American freight terminal for O gauge but with a HO version shown.
Another look at the potential for coversion of Dapol/Airfix bungalow kits to UK flats, American gas stations, yard offices, stores, huts and many other items.
|Layout description||Nugatory Basin
A UK theme based canal basin layout in On16. 5 narow gauge, using Jack Trollope's Box Street Yard design.
|Layout idea||Very compact O gauge
A small shunting layout with hand laid O track using a three way point and one other.
A present day real life fiddle yard in Derbyshire UK.
|Layout idea||No Place
A look at one of Alan Wright's other clssic layouts in HO/OO of a small branch terminal.
|472||HO, OO||Alan Wright|