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Contents for issue 90
|Editorial||Inglenooks and others
Our editor reminisces about the inglenook design and its variants
|Review||Graham Farish Stanier Black 5
|Review||Graham Farish Class 158 DMU
|Review||Con-Cor EMD MP15DC
|Layout description||Paglesham Eastend and the Stambridge Railway
A fictional - but convincing - East Anglian narrow gauge layout in 10ft by 4ft
|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
|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.
|Layout idea||Closer to reality (part 2)
This article looks at coal traffic and how to incorporate this convincingly into layouts
|Scale drawing||Railway Clearing House Wagons
Plans of a 10 ton PO wagon and a 7 plank mineral wagon
|Layout description||Catwater & Southern again
Giles Barnabe has rebuilt his G scale layout in a bigger setting in a permanent site.
The editor looks at some of the potential for the Con-Cor HO model
|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
|Layout idea||More 3 x A4 ideas
Layouts in N scale and OO no larger than 3 sheets of A4 paper
|501||N, OO||Alex Pine, Ian Buck|