CM April 2022 Vol 44 No 4
RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
SEEBRUCK AND ZINDELSTEIN
Nostalgia in model form: John Hills replays fifty years of railway memories gathered in Germany by building an HO/HOe layout in his spare room during lockdown.¬†
PLAN OF THE MONTH
Bill Johnston explores a secondary line in the Aude region in southern France and finds a station worth modelling.¬†
BOOK and VIDEO REVIEWS
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
SEEBRUCK AND ZINDELSTEIN
Nostalgia in model form: John Hills replays fifty years of railway memories gathered in Germany by building an HO/HOe layout in his spare room during lockdown.
MORE LOCOMOTIVES FOR ULVARYD STRAND
Motive power for a Swedish 60cm gauge line - Charles Insley reveals that since his HOe layout was described in CM even more locos have been built.
The trials and tribulations of a reconfiguration - Peter Herzl-Smith reveals that since his Austrian HO layout was described in CM he has moved house and had to adapt the shape to suit the new available space.
Bill Johnson explores a secondary line in the Aude region in Southern France and finds a station work modelling.
A Peruvian mountain railway re-imagined - Bob Whetham introduces his South American HO layout, inspired by his own experiences.
Granger railroading in the Inland Empire - Antony Quinlan describes his American HO layout, created to capture a sense of place.
In Switzerland, rail and road public transport is co-ordinated. Expanding on one element of his Spiez HO diorama, Peter Marriott shows how some proprietary models can be detailed easily and quickly to good effect.
One of the many models reviewed in this month's issue
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