CM JUNE 2021 Vol 43 No 6
RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
A challenge from Thüringia: Ton Janssen has modelled in HO part of the Oberweißbacher Bergbahn, an unusual funicular and the electrified line it serves. (The prototype was featured in our February 2020 issue.)
Paul Peeters has extended his German N layout, previously featured in our May and June 2020 editions, taking over a storage area to make a new station. And this in turn has prompted another extension!
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INSIDE THIS ISSUE
A challenge from Thüringia: Ton Janssen has modelled in HO part of the Oberweiβbacher Bergbahn, an unusual funicular and the electrified line it serves.
Emmanuel Nouaillier illustrates more examples of his highly detailed and realistic scenic modelling.
Paul Peeters has extended his German N layout, previously featured in our May and June 2020 editions, taking over a storage area to make a new station.
NYTORP GARDEN RAILWAY
Anthony Horne describes a remarkable long term project building an extensive G scale outdoor system in Sweden.
Jan Martens is primarily a tram fan, but in his attic there is a Belgian HO layout with trains and trams.
KALKA - SHIMLA - 9
Ranjeev C.Dubey continues the guided tour of his room-filling HOe layout which reproduces several sections of this famous narrow gauge hill railway.
Uwe Lacina presents a standard small station building from the 750mm gauge in Saxony, scratchbuilt in 1:32.
One of the many models reviewed in this month's issue is the Siemens Vectron as BLS Re475 new from Trix and Märklin in HO gauge.
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