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Contents for issue 90

Type Details Page Scale Author
Editorial Inglenooks and others
Our editor reminisces about the inglenook design and its variants
477 Chris Ellis
Review Graham Farish Stanier Black 5

479 N Chris Ellis
Review Graham Farish Class 158 DMU

479 N Chris Ellis
Review Con-Cor EMD MP15DC

479 HO Chris Ellis
Layout description Paglesham Eastend and the Stambridge Railway
A fictional - but convincing - East Anglian narrow gauge layout in 10ft by 4ft
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
482 On16.5 David J Rooke
Article Picture this ...
Neil Macrae takes a simple setting and investigates its many changes and details which could be depicted in miniature
485 Neil Macrae
Layout idea A model dock layout
A vintage (1933) article by Edward Beal describing the idea of a dockyard as a layout. Trackplan for OO.
486 Edward Beal
Layout idea Closer to reality (part 2)
This article looks at coal traffic and how to incorporate this convincingly into layouts
488 Dave Howells
Scale drawing Railway Clearing House Wagons
Plans of a 10 ton PO wagon and a 7 plank mineral wagon
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
490 Arthur North
Layout description Catwater & Southern again
Giles Barnabe has rebuilt his G scale layout in a bigger setting in a permanent site.
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
492 G Giles Barnabe
Article MP15DC modelling
The editor looks at some of the potential for the Con-Cor HO model
496 HO Chris Ellis
Layout description Universal Inglenook
The editor's latest small layout in HO (or OO) suggest how the Inglenook can have goof development potential and suits multi-moding
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
498 HO/OO Chris Ellis
Layout idea More 3 x A4 ideas
Layouts in N scale and OO no larger than 3 sheets of A4 paper
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
501 N, OO Alex Pine, Ian Buck

This abstract of contents is the result of months of work by John Flann and Steve Hawthorne. If you can help fill in the gaps or have spotted any errors in the existing index, please contact Emrys Hopkins.