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CM JUNE 2020 Vol 42 No 6
RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
The Albula Line
A classic section of the metre gauge Rhätische Bahn: Yann Monbaron reports on an extensive HOm layout built for Pierre Denis. Part 1 – the background.
PLAN OF THE MONTH
The atmosphere of Dutch railways in the 1950s in HO: when a 5m x 2m room became available at home, Pim de Moed took the opportunity to create a new layout.
Tasmanian Garratt K1 steams again
Graham Lightfoot reports on a remarkably fast overhaul of this historic locomotive currently at Statfold Barn.
BOOK and VIDEO REVIEWS
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Iain Hunter shows how he developed new skills to help making repetitive and awkward components.
Romance of rail travel – 1
Warren Miller describes his HO layout, a flexible generic setting built to accommodate a range of rolling stock from around the world
David Jane based his new HO layout on a real location, a wayside station on the Étival – Senones line in France.
Norge – 2
Inspired by visits to the scenic Flåmsbana in Norway, Mike Carter was inspired to capture the essence in HO.
A practical servicing bay
An ingenious solution for modern image modellers: Boyd Misstear hopes that those with fixed multiple units might find this suggestion of interest.
Weathering steam locos
Creating even more realism with techniques for any scale: Peter Smith shows how he enhanced a Lenz O BR64.
One of the many models reviewed in this month's issue is the Jägerndorfer model of the Swiss Federal Railways Ce6/8 'crocodile' in N gauge.
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