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CM JUNE 2018 ISSUE
RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
Mark Booker has created an attractive N gauge layout based on a real French location, which can represent several periods with a change of stock and road vehicles.
PLAN OF THE MONTH
A scenic location near the shore of Lake Como - Peter Marriott sees the modelling potential in a simple Italian passing station.
Franklin Goes to the USA
A tale of two transatlantic expeditions: Bob Harper relates how he took his American 0n2 layout to an exhibition - in America!
BOOK and VIDEO REVIEWS
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Emmanuel Nouaillier shares more of his techniques for highly detailed and realistic scenic modelling, creating a feature typical of many structures.
Twig Street Yard
Switching in a small space: Chris Hopper has built a new compact American HO layout, set in the Boston area in the 1950s and 1960s.
Henk Wust chose an unusual theme for his HO diorama: it is set on the eastern front in the winter of 1944/45.
After several projects which remained incomplete for various reasons, Maurice Kleverwal finally finished a compact HO layout, set in Czechoslovakia.
Main line action in N under digital control - members of Chatham MRC preview the American layout completed as tribute to a former president of the club.
Where standard and metre gauge meet - George Mitcheson describes a dual gauge (HO/HOm) German layout he built together with Vince Main.
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