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Contents for issue 85
|Editorial||Thirty years on
Reflections on reaching another milestone;the progess,accomplishments and beginnings of MTI.
|Review||Bachmann: BR Class 25/3 diesel loco
|Review|| Bachmann: BR Class 24 diesel loco
|Review||BR Class 24 diesel loco
|Layout idea||The Inverted Inglenook
An unusual idea incorporating a Inglenook variation having a parallel lead, for a small shunting layout based on a prototype situation in downtown Berlin. ,
|Article||Two small boats
Th construction described of a useful small cargo ferry and (tank cleaning) barges. ,
|Article||Wagons from the past
Surviving Kenline treasures from a swapmeet transformed into wagons for use today. ,
|Layout description||Foul Rift Industrial Park
An American compact switching layout 8'0x2'0 in HO, with a gritty industrial setting based on a real example. ,
|Scale drawing||Great Western Railway-Wagon Rolling Stock
Open and Tube Wagons. ,
|Layout description||Last train to Melbury
A classic GWR layout from the 1980's of a typical branch-line terminus, featuring an authentic setting and realistic operation. ,
|Article||Too Much Model Railway
The quest for realism in small scales and how to go about it; an article from the MRN of 1/26. (see also MTI83)
|354||A. R. Walkley|
|Layout description||Quarts in pint pots
An HO offering with much operation potential in 4'0x8".(see also previous aricle in MTI83)
|Article||Oil traffic in relation to models
A re-print of an article from MRN 11/35 about rail oil traffic and informative as to practices of that time. ,
|Article||Oil Storage tank
Following up the above a description of how to go about constructing a storage tank.
|Layout idea||The other end
Suggestions incorporating an Inglenook with other formations and to include a canal basin in 5'0x15", with a continental 'secondaire'line or UK tramway in mind.
|360||HO, OO||Giles Barnabe|