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Contents for issue 81
|Editorial||Through the gloom
Thoughts on the manner in which the commercial side of things might be affected by 'the world recession' as may the individual.
|Review||Hornby SR T9 4-4-0
|Review||Hornby OO SR Class V 'Schools' 4-4-0
|Review||Hornby Class 153 Railcar
|Review||Hornby BR Class 20
|Review||Bachmann J72 0-6-0T
|Review||Graham Farish Class 08 diesel shunter
|Review||Hornby sound fitted locomotives: Class 56, BR Duchess
|Review||Graham Farish 'Royal Scot' Class 4-6-0
|Review||Bachmann-Class 55 Deltic
|Article||New for 2009
|Layout idea||Two small layout plans
These plans are for O14 scale, but would work in both OO/HO, one a possible industrial layout, the other a variation of an Inglenook.
|Layout description||NCB Coal Screen
A small UK coal mine in OO designed in OO for public operation at shows.
|Layout idea||Simple short lines
American prototypes for small space low budget HO layouts having a short line theme.
|Scale drawing||British Railways Coke Wagons
|Layout description||Team track layout
Using Peco Code 83 NMRA standards Streamline track.
|Layout description||Box Metals Yard
Box Metals (Reprocessing) Ltd a very compact UK type layout in OO of a scrapyard in a box file.
|Layout description||Greenbrier & Metrick
Two earlier scenic HO American layouts having considerable operating potential, and worth further consideration.
|Article||Current British freight
Modern East Anglian Freight Terminals described.