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Contents for issue 87
|Editorial||Long or short term
What are your interests? the pros and cons of these two objects.
|Review||Bachmann: BR (S) 4-CEP EMU
|Review||Bachmann: BR 3MT 2-6-2-T
|Review|| Graham Farish: BR Class 24
|Review||Graham Farish: BR Class 47
|Article||New for 2010
An introduction to a N gauge American industrial layout, 68"x6.5" after 25 years development and operation.
|Article||Backscenes by computer
The title says it all.
|Scale drawing||BR and LMS Venilated Shock Absorbing vans
|Layout description||West Midland days
More of this subject brought to the readers attention.
|Layout description||Stockton Tramway
The editors entry to WRG 3xA4 Challenge described.
|Layout description||Fiddlestick Yard, 3xA4
The author describes his novel entry to WRG Challenge.
|Article||Modelling the Exotic
Suggestion for modelling something different-the 'Colonial' era.
|Layout description||Lakeview Transfer Yard
A 6'0 x 1'0 American switching Inglenook and operating procedure described.