CM JANUARY 2018 ISSUE
RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
The well-known junction on the Zittau network: Mark Dale decided to model in HOe a station with the potential for interesting operation.
PLAN OF THE MONTH
Angus Wallace relates how he came to construct an extensive Epoch II HO layout, an imaginary location on the German/Austrian border.
Marc de Bruin chose to model a rural tramway in HO as a practical project which could be completed with reasonable resources in a sensible time.
BOOK and VIDEO REVIEWS
CM CUP COMPETITION
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Emmanuel Nouaillier shares more of his techniques for highly detailed and realistic scenic modelling, creating a typical feature of the French scene.
New Jersey 'Camelbacks'
Steve Hales explains the background and survival into the 1950s of some unusual steam locomotives which appear on the Barrowmore Model Railway Group's HO layout depicting Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania.
Prompted by the success of their first snow scene in TT, the Oost-Brabanste Modelspoor Vrienden (OBMV) continued the theme to the local town's main station.
Mbowla Mine (South)
The second in the Mbowla Mine saga by John Bowler, set in southern Africa, where a working wagon lift links the levels at an industrial site modelled in OO9.
Midsommar Pä Högskogen
Steef van der Straeten and Danielle van Wingerden describe their new Swedish HO layout. which celebrates a midsummer tradition.
Tony Allen shares his thoughts on displaying layouts, primarily at exhibitions.
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