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Contents for issue 78
The benefits from simpler track plans, longer sidings and building layouts in modules.
|Layout idea||A real-life Inglenook from America
Photos from the engineers seat showing the yard at East Hartford, CT.
|Review||Graham Farish: GWR/BR (W) diesel railcar
|Review||Bachmann: Class G2a 0-8-0
|Review||Hornby International/Arnold: Kof 2 Kleinlok
|Layout idea||Team track modelling
Adding simple features to add additional scope for operation.
|Layout description||Southwell's Yard
A first venture into EM with a British theme of a small shunting yard.
The current magnetic couplers for British N gauge discussed, and showing how the addition of Micro-Trains American N couplings can be done to the Graham Farish 04 diesel shunter.
|Layout idea||Blakeney Goods
Photographic essay of ex GWR goods yard, rural, simple and scenic, a real life 'tuning fork'.
|Article||Small lift bridge
How a model of character can be built for light and narrow gauge railways.
|152||HOe, OO9||Giles Barnabe|
|Scale drawing||Pooley weighing machine van, conversion of ex LMS 12ton van
|Layout description||New looks for old
Suggested ways in which older layouts can be altered and refurbished.
|Layout idea||Olympian Foods
The 'Olympian' idea (73/19) reversed to make a American switching layout in HO serving a modern era frozen food facility, on two modules.
|Article||Starting in 3mm
In 1:100 scale the author relates his experiences with photos.
|Layout idea||Taylor Terminal
A busy American yard in HO modelled to a larger size.
|Article||Three old shops
Buildings of character suitable for scratch-building and how to do it.