CM JULY 2019 Vol 41 No 7
RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
Four Feather Falls
Ernie Melville relates how he persuaded other members of the Cupar & District MRC to build an American narrow gauge layout prompted by the Bachmann Spectrum On30 range.
PLAN OF THE MONTH
Roger Nicholls returns to European HO modelling with a compact quayside scene set in northern Germany.
Ore, rack, steam, and snow – an unforgettable experience: Guy Tyteca recalls a January 1976 visit to the famous mountain line in Austria while it was still steam worked.
BOOK and VIDEO REVIEWS
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
La Roche Porphyre
As always planned, Rudi Nelissen has expanded his award-winning Belgian Vicinal HO micro layout extending the station area and serving a stone quarry.
Simon Holtby reveals how he managed to find space for a third layout in the railway room, as a result of random purchases of tempting Japanese N models.
An ingenious way of extending a Swiss HO layout – Boyd Misstear shows how he built a tunnel station.
Ted Polet describes an Indonesian N gauge layout which was built by Indra Setia and Irin Kusnadi.
The latest instalment in the Seath Valley Railroad saga: Mike Garforth brings his extensive American N layout down from the loft to replace the G scale in the garage.
The German N loft layout Jeff Ware has been developing for over two years is still considered ‘work in progress’.
The headline review item this month is the N scale DBAG ICE4 high-speed train pack from Kato.
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