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Contents for issue 97
|Editorial||The circle line
The editor reflects on continuous run layouts - a change to the more usual shelf layouts featured in the magazine
|Review||Hornby: BR9S0 4-VEP/Class 423/1 EMU
|Review||Graham Farish: BR Class 03 diesel shunter
|Review||Bachmann: BR(M) Class 3F 0-6-0
|Layout idea||Preservation lines
Thoughts on modelling a preserved line and the flexibility that offers, including a plan (6ft by 3ft in OO) based on the Chacewater Railway in Staffordshire.
|Article||Hard wired decoders
Gordon Walker demonstrates how to add a decoder to an older model that made no provision for DCC conversion, using a Liliput HOe Class 2091 locomotive.
|Layout idea||Inglenook variations
Three variations on the Inglenook, 1ft wide and between 5ft and 6ft long in OO/HO
An attractive Gn15 locomotive conversion, based on the useful Hornby 'Bill' or 'Ben' model
|Layout description||Canadian brewery
A very compact (3ft by 10in) N scale layout
|Scale drawing||Great Northern Railway 9 ton 4 plank open wagon
|Layout description||Balnakeil Estate Railway
A superb Gn15 layout set on the fictional Scottish island of Kiloran
|Layout idea||Port Able RR
Mike Keiran's new project is a very small continuous run HO short line in just 4ft6in by 3ft2in using Atlas Snap Track.
|Layout idea||Round and round
The editor suggests that there is good potential - and prototype precedent - in small compact continuous oval type layouts
|Layout description||13th Avenue, Miami
A very compact (107cm by 30cm) switching layout in N gauge based on a real setting and built in a box file
Another very compact (72in by 20in) layout depicting French rail operations quite authentically.