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Contents for issue 75
|Editorial||The Wright Lines
An appreciation of the late Alan Wright's achievements in demonstrating the merits of small layouts, and his first 'Inglenook'
|Review||Hornby Class 56
|Review||Hornby Stanier 4P 2-6-4T
|Review||Bachmann Fowler 3F 0-6-0T
|Article||New for 2008 - part 1
|Layout idea||Concrete Canyons
Ideas for a compact American switching layout/short line based on a modern business park in Minneapolis.
|Article||GWR Terrier details
How to make the changes for greater accuracy in the GWR model.
|Layout description||Hazel Wood Paper Mill
The 'Supernook' track plan used in an On30 layout and equally at home in an English or American setting.
|Scale drawing||LMS Loading gauge L&NW section
|Layout description||Colonel's Crossing
Part 2, of article in 74/40 about a HO American layout set in southern Arkansas.
|Layout idea||Wright's Yard
An HO American switching layout based on a segment of 'The Providence River Branch' featured in MRP 2009.
|Layout idea||On the Wright Lines
Alan Wright's original simple layout, the humble oval, and further derivatives.
|Layout idea||Lenoir industrial area
American switching layout in either HO or N based on the furniture industry in N Carolina.