CM OCTOBER 2021 Vol 43 No 10
RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
Anthony Quinlan describes his American N layout, set on the Columbia River in the pacific north-west - a superb setting for watching long trains roll by.
PLAN OF THE MONTH
Maurice Hopper developed an ingenious circular design using lightweight and easily portable baseboards for his second essay in modelling German railways in N.
BOOK and VIDEO REVIEWS
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
GOLLWALD - 2
A narrow gauge terminus in Austria modelled in HOe: Peter Hoffmann has created a fictitious but plausible line with careful consideration of the historical background, geographical setting, and operating requirements.
Anony Quinlan describes his American N layout, set on the Columbia River in the Pacific north-west - a superb setting for watching long trains roll by.
Maurice Hopper developed an ingenious circular design using lightweight and easily portable baseboards for his second essay in modelling German railway in N.
RUE DES CAVES
French industrial scenes along Wine Cellar Road - Frédéric Mouget reports how hios HO dioramas have been expanded and developed to make an even more satisfying layout.
A prestige passenger train for the C&CSRR: Bill Longley-Cook describes the latest additions to the rolling stock on his US On30 garden railroad.
C50 NARROW GAUGE DIESEL
Prompted by an article in CM (February 2021), Andrew Knights scratchbuilt a Hungarian prototype in O around an old motor bogie - and 'exported' it to the US!
Les Fordham discovered an unexpected benefit of Digital Command Control - the same equipment could quite readily be used on several different layouts, no matter what the scale, gauge, or subject matter.
One of the many models reviewed in this month's issue is the Minitrix DB BR141 in N
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