CM SEPTEMBER 2021 Vol 43 No 9
RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
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 settings, and operating requirements.¬†¬†
PLAN OF THE MONTH
Keith White reports on the extensive HO exhibition layout of the B√âZIER model railway club in the south of France which depicts local scenes from the 1970s and 1980s.¬†¬†
BOOK and VIDEO REVIEWS
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
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.
Glyn Thomas shows how he built a compact and detailed diorama in HO based on a local prototype in Philadelphia, still standing but sadly no longer active in its original role.
GERMAN RAILWAY SOCIETY 40th ANNIVERSARY
The German Railway Society marks a notable achievement even though it has not been possible to celebrate with a meeting and exhibition as originally planned.
NYTORP GARDEN RAILWAY - 4
Anthony Horne describes a remarkable long term project building an extensive G scale outdoor system in Sweden.
Keith White reports on the extensive HO exhibition layout of the Bézier model railway club in the south of France which depicts local scenes from the 1970s and 1980s.
With a touch of humour, John Davies celebrates in HOm the glory days of the French metre gauge secondaire with a layout depicting a charming provincial town notable for scratch buildings, vehicles, and figures.
John Grey has built a new American N gauge layout set somewhere in the south-western states which can host either Union Pacific of Santa Fe stock.
One of the many models reviewed in this month's issue is the Minitrix DB BR141 in N
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