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Contents for issue 84
|Editorial||Keeping it simple
Embracing with some exceptions, the 'KISS' principle in pursuing one's aims.
|Review||Bachmann: Class 150/1 DMU
|Review||Hornby: BR Class 4MT 4-6-0
|Review||Graham Farrish: Class 150/2 DMU
|Review||Hornby International/Rivarossi FS Series 208 shunting tractor
|Article||Big trucks, small prices
How to adapt and improve 99p toy road vehicles.
|Layout description||Next steps in 3mm
Proceeding on from the start made in 78/160 and dealing with baseboard, track and electrics.
|Article||The Kingstone Belle
Desribing how a ferry boat was built for the Lazy River HO layout.
|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.
|Article||Motive power retrospect
Examining and commenting upon the best German Kleinlok locos available.
|Scale drawing||Railway Details Platform and Sack Trucks
|Layout description||Glendale railroad town
A plausible and convincing multi-mode nicely finished American/Canadian HO switching layout, 9ft x1ft 6in.
|Layout description||Leaford, Newfield & Ensdale
Reprint from March 1936 MRN article about a pioneering OO layout featuring all scratch built components.
|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.
|Article||End of the line-2, West Bay
Description and details of a small Dorset GWR branch terminal and as a prototype worth modelling.
|Article||Light railway station
A quick conversion of the Skaledale cricket pavillion into a credible light railway station.
|Layout description||Delving into the past
The history of the Futtocks End Estate and its (Gn15) estate railway.