CONTINENTAL MODELLER January 2024 Vol.46 No.1
In this months issue...
RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
Rail Mod√©lisme Ch√¢tenoyen (RMC71) introduce¬†their current HO exhibition layout, a representation¬†of their local station on the Chagny ‚Äì Nevers line.
A HARBOUR ON R√úGEN
A small layout modelled according to a classic plan ‚Äì¬†Paul de Groot describes his new German HOe project,¬†inspired by a published plan and a previous holiday visit.
THE LITTLE HIMALAYAN RAILWAY
A vertical slice of hill railway ‚Äòpizza‚Äô ‚Äì Giles Perkins¬†was inspired to model the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway¬†and captured its essence in an ingenious OO9 layout.
All the latest news, reviews and layouts from around the world!
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
THE LITTLE HIMALAYAN RAILWAY
A vertical slice of hill railway ‘pizza’ – Giles Perkins was inspired to model the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway and captured its essence in an ingenious OO9 layout.
NEUSTADT, MITTELWALD, and HOCHBERG
Alan Shepherd brings us up to date with developments on his German N layout, featured in the May 2017 edition.
A rather different American On30 micro layout – Dennis Higgins presents a compact design which offers switching in an urban environment.
A HARBOUR ON RÜGEN – PLAN OF THE MONTH
A small layout modelled according to a classic plan – Paul de Groot describes his new German HOe project, inspired by a published plan and a previous holiday visit.
NEW WORKSHOPS AT WERNIGERODE
Making the Harzer Schmalspur Bahnen self-sufficient – Chris Sheldrake visited the recently opened new workshops for the famous metre gauge system.
WASCOSA WOOD WAGON
An innovative Swiss timber carrying container flat – Peter Marriott suggests some quick and easy extras to enhance a Piko HO product.
DHEUNE – RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
Rail Modélisme Châtenoyen (RMC71) introduce their current HO exhibition layout, a representation of their local station on the Chagny – Nevers line.
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