CM JULY 2021 Vol 43 No 7
RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
Graham Lightfoot has a new German layout with standard HO, narrow HOe and Feldbahn HOf tracks with a relatively compact - and thus portable - space.
Meandering through the Rockies: Stefan Boerma relates how he created a novel Nn3 micro layout in a small case
BOOK and VIDEO REVIEWS
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Graham Lightfoot has a new German layout with standard HO, narrow HOe, and Feldbahn HOf tracks within a relatively small compact - and thus portable - space.
Warren Miller has occupied himself in lockdown by constructing a couple of venerable OO9 loco kits representing the famous Darjeeling B class tanks with several refinements and additional detailing.
ÖBB LOCO DEPOT
Simon Dunn explains how a small Austrian N scene, imagined to be a corner of a much larger installation, involves some high-tech control.
NYTORP GARDEN RAILWAY - 2
Anthony Horne describes a remarkable long term project building an extensive G scale outdoor system in Sweden.
A simple beachside terminus in HO, set in Epoch IV: Myles Munsey models an imaginary part of the coastal Spain.
From suburbia to the quiet of the countryside in Japan: John Garner describes his compact N gauge layout.
Meandering through the Rockies: Stefan Boerma relates how he created a novel Nn3 micro layout in a small case.
One of the many models reviewed in this month's issue is the Minitrix DB BR141 in N
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