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Contents for issue 79
This can be a complex question, but it boils down to 'what is your approach' to the hobby
|Review||Bachmann BR Class 4MT 4-6-0
|Review||Bachmann GE 45-ton diesel switcher
|Layout description||East Hartford Way
The real yard as shown in 78/142 used as a basis for a American HO layout.
|174||HO, OO, N||Chris Ellis|
|Layout description||Trident Yard
A result of 'Armchair Modelling' 72/481 is this simple shunting layout-and more, capable of use in OO/HO and On 16. 5.
|177||HO, OO, On16.5||David J Rooke|
GWR branch line terminal, in OO, with a very simple plan using SMP track, just two points and a Peco Loco Lift
|Layout description||Shunting at Upton
Typical action described on this HO layout based on one built 50 years ago.
|Scale drawing||Great Western Railway details
Mile posts, gradient posts, occupation gates, platform seats,
|Article||MP retrospect-Class 31, EMD switchers
An occasional look at recommended models and how they fare in service, this time the Hornby Class 31, Proto 2000 EMD switchers, and Athearn EMD SW7 switchers.
|184||HO, OO||Chris Ellis|
|Layout idea||Easton SR remembered
From the Isle of Portland, Dorset in OO a classic track plan for a small branch terminus, plus an Inglenook yard with a difference.
The new Bachmann OO Class G2a 0-8-0 embellished and weathered, with photos of the finished model and prototype, includes similar work on the Bachmann 4MT 4-6-0.
|Layout description||Steinbeck No 2
How a small old American HO layout was brought out of storage, improved and put into use again.
|Layout idea||Big time yards
Two HO layout designs for a larger areas of say 12'x8' with an American switching theme-see also 80/208.