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Contents for issue 92
|Editorial||Those days are gone
A guest editorial comprising a series of reminiscences
|Review||Hornby: LNER L1 class 2-6-4T
|Review||Hornby: GWR 28XX 2-8-0
|Review||Bachmann: LNER A2 4-6-2
|Review||Graham Farish: BR(E) B1 4-6-0
|Layout description||Universal Inglenook in N
Inspired by the article in issue 91, the editor uses Unitrack to build an inglenook in N scale in 4ft 4in by 7.5in
|Layout idea||ATSF industry branch
A close-to-prototype layout for HO for those lucky enough to have a railway room
|Article||User Report: Aristcraft Basic Train Engineer
Giles shares his experiences of this handheld remote controller.
|Layout description||Two Sisters Farm
A farm railway in 1n2 under 4 feet long
|Scale drawing||RCH 1907 standard 10 or 12 ton rectangular tank wagons
|Layout idea||The Yancey Railroad
Giles Barnabe suggests an actual rural backwoods short line with excellent modelling potential - 8ft by 6ft 6in in N
|Article||The Bookcase Layout
Designed to fit over a bookcase, this is believed to have been Alan Wright's last layout
Chris Ford describes the techniques used to build a large scale Gn15 structure
|Layout idea||Two yard plans based on real places
A couple of layout ideas for hose who have more than the usual 5-6 feet available.
|Layout idea||Closer to Reality (part 4)
It's time for Dave to examine gas provision in this latest article in his series
|Article||N scale carvery (part 2)
Stuart shows more British N gauge wagon conversions made from various sources