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Contents for issue 72

Type Details Page Scale Author
Editorial Armchair and more ...
Sitting and thinking about planning new layouts, both larger and smaller, multi-modelling and having more than one project on the go at any one time.
477 Chris Ellis
Review Bachmann BR class 47/1

479 OO Chris Ellis
Review Hornby: Class 66

479 OO Chris Ellis
Review Bachmann: BR class 20

479 OO Chris Ellis
Review Graham Farish: 3F 0-6-0T

479 N Chris Ellis
Layout idea Armchair modelling
Developing a series of layout possibilities for a flexible approach for HO/OO and On16. 5.
Plan(s)
481 David J Rooke
Article More British freight yards
A further development of the subject matter in 71/456 and MTI forum.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
482 Jack Trollope
Layout description Operating Shell Island
A delightful ultra compact EM gauge layout in BR days featuring a real location on Cardigan Bay in the UK, and with nicely weathered stock and realistic operation.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
484 EM Neil Rushby
Layout description Farlow, VT
N gauge plan for a small home layout with a American industrial zone switching theme.
Plan(s)
485 N Martin Hogg
Layout description Turner Point Yard
In the late authors own words this American HO switching layout was built using the 'Bodge it and Build it' method.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
486 HO Peter Kanuritch
Layout description Yeobridge
A small starter layout set in the UK and from the late 1960's updated to OO9 or HOe, detailing construction, track, electrics, scenery and stock.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
488 OO9 Giles Barnabe
Scale drawing LMS 30 ton bogie bolster truck

Plan(s)
490 Arthur North
Article Scenic fiddle sidings
In any scale how to make better use of the fiddle yard.
Photograph(s)
492 Various Bob Mason
Article An overhead yard crane
How in HO/OO to adapt the Atlas, Dapol or ex-Airfix signal gantry kit to make an overhead gantry crane.
Photograph(s)
493 John Flann
Article Painting your back scene
Thoughts on the subject with examples and tips on how to attempt it.
Photograph(s)
494 Giles Barnabe
Article Wickingham
Suggestions for a freelance micro layout built in OO of a typical East Anglian branch line terminal.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
497 Ian Bareham
Article More narrow gauge potential
Continuing adventures in creating and building locos and stock in 1:32 scale narrow gauge both for American and UK themed layouts, with useful comments on the potential of 'baby gauges'.
Photograph(s)
498 1n20, 1n22 Chris Ellis
Layout idea Short line idyll
American rural short line scenes that make the real thing look like a model.
Photograph(s)
500 Chris Ellis

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.