CM AUGUST 2019 Vol 41 No 8
RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
Experienced modeller Sebastian Marszał has built a new HOe layout that is easier to exhibit, representing a narrow gauge branch terminus in rural Poland.
PLAN OF THE MONTH
Clear Creek & Denver RR
Martin Philpott guides us around his extensive scenic American On30 layout, which fills a sizeable shed.
Brohltalbahn diesel D5
Günter Völler shows how he modelled a large German metre gauge diesel hydraulic in G by adapting a popular proprietary model. With scale drawings by Ing. Horst-Dieter Hettler.
BOOK and VIDEO REVIEWS
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
American O in the garden
Peter Norman reverts to his original modelling gauge and ventures outside with a line between two sheds.
Buildings for Eymoutiers
Ian Stock modelled a row of typical French buildings adapted to suit a similar site on his N gauge layout.
The Göltzschtal viaduct
On a recent trip to Germany, Graham Lightfoot sought out the largest brick bridge in the world, a structure which would make an impressive model.
A practical operating system
Following the account of his US N layout last month, Mike Garforth explains how some simple preparation and a system based on waybills and train packs helps to get maximum enjoyment from operating solo.
Steve Pearce has created an unusual diorama using 16.5mm gauge track in 1:32 scale to depict light railways serving an archaeological site in Egypt.
A working platform sign
A realistic accessory for a modern German HO layout – Dale Schultz shows how he added a working feature.
The headline review items this month are the HO scale x-series S-Bahn coaches from Piko.
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