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Contents for issue 89
The editor reflects on his advice to newcomers to the hobby as far as scale is concerned
|Review||Hornby Castle class 4-6-0
|Review||Bachmann 04 class 2-8-0
|Review||Graham Farish BR Class 4MT 2-6-0
|Layout idea||Magic Trains retrospect
The editor looks again at Magic Train (and other) possibilities for Oe now that this Fleischmann range is discontinued
A suggestion for a minimum space terminus layout based on East Anglian practices in late BR days including a plan for a 5ft by 1ft layout in OO
|Layout description||Ledsam Street Yard
Colin French describes his ultra compact - 45in by 16in - O gauge layout
|Article||A free uncoupler
A simple and effective tension-lock uncoupler - for free!
|Article||The lemon business
The San Fernando Lemon Association packing house inspires a model
|Scale drawing||British Railways rolling stock - Cattle Wagons
|Layout description||Maybank - the forgotten pioneer
David Thomas introduces this notable layout and the 1934 article describing it
|Article||Don't forget the driver
The editor considers the figure problem with locomotives and trains
The operating system used and described by Ron Solly is worth considering
|Layout idea||Closer to reality
The first of a short series by Dave Howell in which he gives ideas and information to aid convincing layout settings