CM FEBUARY 2019 Vol 41 No 2
RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
From the valley to the summit: Diger Rossell presents his new award-winning scenic layout which represents a narrow gauge rack railway somewhere in the Alps.
PLAN OF THE MONTH
A single track branch off a double track main line – John Cornell reveals his South African HO loft layout.
New SBB shunters
Peter Marriott introduces two new Swiss shunters, the compact but powerful Ee 922 and Eem 923, the subject of recent new HO models from HAG. (See the review of these models on p133.)
BOOK and VIDEO REVIEWS
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Craig Radford introduces his large and developing German N layout, being constructed in a basement room, as a ‘work in progress’ – though much has been done.
Martin Kirkham describes his deceptively simple and seemingly spacious American N layout – somewhere to watch long trains rumble by.
A backwoods fantasy: Steve Adcock has created a new American On30 narrow gauge logging layout.
Saint Tourbière 3 – the town
An imaginary but authentic French location set in the Ardèche and modelled in HO by Wim Wijnhoud. Concluded from October and December 2018.
An historic metre gauge tram loco returns to service: Guy Tyteca reports on the restoration of a Vicinal classic now resident at the ASVI museum at Thuin in Belgium.
New in TT from Piko: the BR55 0-8-0 in Deutsche Reichsbahn Epoch III livery. See the full review and more in the latest edition of Continental Modeller.
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