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Contents for issue 95

Type Details Page Scale Author
Editorial Not much changes
Our editor notes some aspects of the hobby that seem not to have changed in the last 21 years
113 Chris Ellis
Review Bachmann: BR Class 416/2-EPB EMU

115 OO Chris Ellis
Review Bachmann: K3 class 2-6-0

115 OO Chris Ellis
Review Heljan: HS4000 diesel

115 OO Chris Ellis
Review Hornby: Class A1 'Tornado' 4-6-2

115 OO Chris Ellis
Layout idea The Eastern Loop
A German industry branch at Braunschweig ideal for small layout inspiration
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
118 Joern Pachl
Article The drover caboose ...
... and other small cars that carried passengers on American short lines and branch lines
120 Chris Ellis
Layout description Neptune Road
An Inglenook adventure in OO on a 47in x 12in baseboard
122 OO Roger Swan
Layout idea Closer to Reality (part 6)
Dave Howell's series continues. Part 6 looks at rock traffic
Photograph(s)
124 Dave Howells
Scale drawing B.R. Tippler and Sand wagons

Plan(s)
126 Arthur North
Layout description The Littlehaven Line
The editor builds a very compact layout in Sn½ inspired by the Portage Railway and other quaint little lines
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
128 Sn½ Chris Ellis
Layout idea Mining Branches
Nick Palette suggests two very compact but interesting mineral line schemes for HO
Plan(s) Photograph(s)
131 OO/HO Nick Palette
Layout description Hello and Goodbye, N
Martin Hogg's successful but brief venture into N gauge explained
132 N Martin Hogg
Article Recycled freight cars
Giles Barnabe made two extra vehicles for his G scale Catwater & Southern RR from scrap items and spare parts
134 G Giles Barnabe
Article A layout lighting pelmet
A straightforward and inexpensive method of illuminating a layout as used and explained by Giles Barnabe
136 Giles Barnabe

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.