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Contents for issue 72
|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.
|Review||Bachmann BR class 47/1
|Review||Hornby: Class 66
|Review||Bachmann: BR class 20
|Review||Graham Farish: 3F 0-6-0T
|Layout idea||Armchair modelling
Developing a series of layout possibilities for a flexible approach for HO/OO and On16. 5.
|481||David J Rooke|
|Article||More British freight yards
A further development of the subject matter in 71/456 and MTI forum.
|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.
|Layout description||Farlow, VT
N gauge plan for a small home layout with a American industrial zone switching theme.
|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.
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.
|Scale drawing||LMS 30 ton bogie bolster truck
|Article||Scenic fiddle sidings
In any scale how to make better use of the fiddle yard.
|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.
|Article||Painting your back scene
Thoughts on the subject with examples and tips on how to attempt it.
Suggestions for a freelance micro layout built in OO of a typical East Anglian branch line terminal.
|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'.
|498||1n20, 1n22||Chris Ellis|
|Layout idea||Short line idyll
American rural short line scenes that make the real thing look like a model.