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Contents for issue 83
|Editorial||Salute the pioneers
The first portable table layout in OO and where the hobby went from there.
|Review||Graham Farish: Class 20 diesel loco
|Review||Bachmann: Class 158 DMU,
|Layout description||A layout in Two Days
A quickly built small and simple American switching yard in an industrial settinge with two spurs.
|Article||End of the Line 1 - Abbotsbury GWR
Termini worth modelling No 1, an ideal for modelling; the small GWR station of Abbotsbury GWR, Dorset.
|Layout description||Quarts in pint pots
Contor Yard - a micro-layout as an exercise in plausible simplicity in 4ft x 8in of multi-mode style.
|288||HO, OO||Chris Ellis|
|Layout idea||Layouts with operating potential
Two plans in different scales to fit various sizes of space with an American theme featuring a continuous run and with suggested methods of operation.
|Layout description||Transformer building
A clever way to alter a layout for mult-modelling or changes in operation by transforming a passing station into a shunting/switching operation. (ph. pl)
|Scale drawing||Pont Briwet Viaduct
A viaduct of timber trestle construction across a river on the Vale of Festiniog Railway.
|Layout description||Layout in a Suitcase
A R Walkeley's pioneer portable HO layout of 1926 as it was originally described in MRN.
|Layout description||Along the Blackfoot
An American themed shelf layout set in Montana, of the Arm & Hammer Mine complex of Inglenook design, and part of larger layout, the'JFRR'.
|Layout description||Bitter Creek
A compact attractive switching scenic layout set in Colorado in the 1940's, 5ft 8in long and 18in wide.
|Layout description||Harbour in a box file
A very compact box-file folding layout having ingeniuosly 'split' buildings, and a harbour theme set in Cornwall.