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Contents for issue 93
|Editorial||Even better standards
Our editor reflects on improvements to models over the years
|Review||Bachmann: Fowler 7F 2-8-0
|Article||New for 2011
Our annual look at some of the main models announced for the coming year
|Layout description||The Hintock Branch
John Flann describes the new version of his classic GWR OO layout, now in USA. 13ft x 2ft.
|Layout idea||Along the APU Spur
David A. Blazejewski takes us on a trip along this Alaska RR industrial spur and describes an actual operational sequence.
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|Layout idea||Modelling industry spurs
How a prototypical concept can lend itself to simple but satisfying layout ideas. Includes five layout designs.
|Scale drawing||British Railways Detail
Photographs of the area and a plan of the GWR Weigh Bridge Office at Wombourn(e) station
|Article||Motive power retrospect
A look at Alco switchers, both prototypes and model versions
|Layout idea||Hump Yard for OO/HO
Classic old article by Edward Beal is still full of good information and value for today's modellers.
|Article||Local oil depot
The editor makes a compact lineside facility for a small OO/HO layout.
|Layout idea||Ideas to try
Stuart Robinson offers three compact shelf-type layouts with different themes and settings
|Article||N scale carvery (part 3)
Stuart concludes his examples of good wagon conversions for British N gauge