CM August 2022 Vol 44 No 8
RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
A small branch terminua in On2: Bob Harper explains how he came to model a Maine two-footer location¬†
PLAN OF THE MONTH
7th STREET YARD
Nick Dibben describes his compact American N layout with plenty of operational interest, representing an interurban station some time in the 1950s.¬†
BOOK and VIDEO REVIEWS
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
A small branch terminus in On2: Bob Harper explains how he came to model a Maine two-footer location.
Western terminus of the Trieste tramways line No.6 - Davide Raseni and Alessandro Rusin created this compact tramway layout in HO as memorial to a popular route.
7th STREET YARD
Nick Dibben describes his compact American N layout with plenty of operational interest, representing an interurban station some time in the 1950s.
SIGNALS FOR WALDHEIM
Economical additions to a garden railway - Jim Trotman hows how he created simple signals for his 45mm gauge outdoor line, featured in the June 2022 edition.
PAKISTAN ALCO DIESEL
An example of the DL-500 'World' export design: Warren Miller shows how he adapted a Lima HO model, prompted by Peter Dale's photos in the February issue.
À la recherche des voyages perdues - Neil Rushby built a compact Belgian HO layout as a riposte to the 2016 referendum result.
American forest railroading in just 100cm x 22cm - James Hilton created a self-contained HO micro layout for a Shay which had fascinated him since childhood.
One of the many models reviewed in this month's issue
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