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Contents for issue 77
About the still (unfortunate) wide variety of couplings and the different atitudes to them.
|Review||Bachmann LMS 2F 2-6-0
|Review||Bachmann BR class 4 2-6-4T
|Review||Hornby Int/Lima DB V36 diesel shunter
|Review||Bachmann Junior diesel shunter
|Review||Mehano Vossloh G2000
|Layout description||Sooke River Lumber Co-a micro layout
Inspiration from Canada created this micro-layout in HO and a 3-2-2 Inglenook by Jack Trollope derived from it.
|118||HO||Diego De Bunder|
|Article||Correcting and detailing for the Lima V36, Bachmann industry diesel
A compact American layout in HO varying the Inglenook.
|Layout idea||Waterloo and City
The actual setting inspires a commuter line.
|122||HO, OO||David Bromage|
|Layout idea||The Trewze Tramway
Suggestions for a Cornish style compact layout of character in OO/HO.
|124||HO, OO||Giles Barnabe|
|Scale drawing||LMS corridor 6 wheel full brakevan
Diagrams 1796 & 2000
|Layout description||Down by the Riverside
The depot at Lazy River lies by the river side at the end of a rural back-woods railway in America in HO.
Concluding part of article in 76/107 about building a small seaport layout.
|Layout idea||The Train Game
Recalling a layout idea from 1972 and variations on its theme of the classic 'Timesaver'.
|Layout idea||Two forks to Warrington
A UK modern wagon repair depot that would make a small layout with illustrations and plans
|Layout description||Tuning Fork
A very small American switching layout in Z using Micro- Trains stock