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Contents for issue 86
|Editorial||Spreading the news
Thoughts on encouraging the next generations of railway modellers.
|Review||Hornby: BR Class 6MT 'Clan' 4-6-2
|Review||Hornby: Hitachi Class 395 EMU
|Review||Athearn: EMD SW1500 switcher
|Layout description||West Midland days
An account of the third version of his West Midland Lines and its locomotive depot.
|Article||BR-built 4mm scale J72
How to add missing details and Kadee couplings, to enhance appearance and performance.
|Layout idea||Small layout quest
A selection of well proven compact layout ideas for those seeking a new project and that work well.
A compact modern era scheme 6'0x1'0.
A description of the methods used by the author with particular reference to running water.
|Scale drawing||The first L.M.S. Shock Absorbing wagons
|Article||Random and Systematic
How to develop a straightforward way to bring order and method to your operating. A proven system not difficult to implement or follow and representing actual practices(s). A
A classic 'O' gauge layout 26'0 long from 30 years ago remembered.
|Article||Motive power retrospect
A look at Bachmann GEC 44,45 and 70 ton American switchers over the years with ideas for detailing.
|Layout idea||The 3 x A4 challenge
Layout ideas for the 2010 competition organized by the Wealden Railway Group.
|Layout description||Hazel Wood Paper Mill 3
Further developments of this 3,500m x 300m On30 layout, as it progressed through MTI67,75 and 83.