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Contents for issue 84

Type Details Page Scale Author
Editorial Keeping it simple
Embracing with some exceptions, the 'KISS' principle in pursuing one's aims.
309 Chris Ellis
Review Bachmann: Class 150/1 DMU

311 OO Chris Ellis
Review Hornby: BR Class 4MT 4-6-0

311 OO Chris Ellis
Review Graham Farrish: Class 150/2 DMU

311 N Chris Ellis
Review Hornby International/Rivarossi FS Series 208 shunting tractor

311 HO Chris Ellis
Article Big trucks, small prices
How to adapt and improve 99p toy road vehicles.
314 HO Chris Ellis
Layout description Next steps in 3mm
Proceeding on from the start made in 78/160 and dealing with baseboard, track and electrics.
315 3mm Martin Hogg
Article The Kingstone Belle
Desribing how a ferry boat was built for the Lazy River HO layout.
316 HO Giles Barnabe
Layout description The Industrial Belt RR
A small sceniced switching layout in TT, 59in x 6in, set in industrial Chicago, USA in the 1950's.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
318 TT Joern Pachl
Article Motive power retrospect
Examining and commenting upon the best German Kleinlok locos available.
320 HO Chris Ellis
Scale drawing Railway Details Platform and Sack Trucks

322 Various Arthur North
Layout description Glendale railroad town
A plausible and convincing multi-mode nicely finished American/Canadian HO switching layout, 9ft x1ft 6in.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
324 HO Roger Nicholls
Layout description Leaford, Newfield & Ensdale
Reprint from March 1936 MRN article about a pioneering OO layout featuring all scratch built components.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
326 OO R C Nicholls
Article Bo-Bo for Gn15
Converting a Bachmann HO 44 tonner into a fine and plausible Gn15 narrow gauge loco.
328 Gn15 Les Coleman
Article End of the line-2, West Bay
Description and details of a small Dorset GWR branch terminal and as a prototype worth modelling.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
330 Various John Flann
Article Light railway station
A quick conversion of the Skaledale cricket pavillion into a credible light railway station.
331 Various Chris Ellis
Layout description Delving into the past
The history of the Futtocks End Estate and its (Gn15) estate railway.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
332 Gn15 Giles Barnabe

This abstract of contents is the result of months of work by John Flann and Steve Hawthorne. If you can help fill in the gaps or have spotted any errors in the existing index, please contact Emrys Hopkins.