CM AUGUST 2018 ISSUE Vol 40 No 8
RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
Peter Phillips describes his new Hungarian layout, Köszeg Old Town, which features both standard and narrow gauge lines (HO and HOe).
PLAN OF THE MONTH
Peter North returns to a favourite compact layout theme: a small wayside station on the Rock Island lines, modelled in HO with a high level of authentic detail.
On the P–O Corrèze
Following the suggestion of Tulle as a possible layout (CM March 2018), we look at some of the stock used on the metre gauge Corrèze lines of the Paris – Orléans with photographs from the late W.J.K.Davies.
BOOK and VIDEO REVIEWS
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Rue de la Glacière
Emmanuel Nouaillier looks back to the first project on which he began to develop advanced techniques for highly detailed modelling of the French urban scene.
A little-known Belgian sweet treat: Rene Ceulemans shows how a local speciality is made, by means of this delightful O-14 diorama.
Into the garden
Going for a narrower gauge – but in a larger scale: Bill Longley-Cook explains how he changed from N to On30 and developed a garden railroad project.
A Belgian diesel depot in the 1980s modelled in HO: Cedric Pollet presents a carefully designed shed scene.
Columbia & Western
Mike Dobson continues the account of his extensive O scale layout set on the Canadian Pacific in the 1950s, which was featured in the May and July 2018 issues.
Pete Sayers has built a layout to accommodate a growing and varied collection of Japanese N stock, set on a single track non-electrified line in Hokkaido.
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