March 2012 Volume 34 Number 3
146 STEINTALBAHN XI – RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
Graham Lightfoot presents his new German HO/HOe exhibition layout, Engelsdorf Rangierbahnhof, which combines standard and narrow gauge trackage.
156 OLD SHOP FRONTS
Emmanuel Nouaillier shares more of his techniques for highly detailed and realistic scenic modelling, creating a characteristic element of the French urban scene.
160 WILEY CITY
Andy Gautrey introduces his new American HO layout based on part of the Yakima Valley Transportation Co. and designed to make most use of the available space.
168 FONTANIVENT – SCALE DRAWINGS
Michael Farr describes an attractive station building on the metre gauge Montreux Oberland Bahn which he modelled in 1:87 for a possible HOm layout.
CONTINENTAL MODELLER 180
176 THE SUMMIT of the BROCKEN
Norbert Jakobasch introduces the portable part of the extensive HOm layout of the BSW-Kulturgruppe ‘Harzquer- und Brockenbahn’ Wernigerode.
180 HEDJAZ RAILWAY
On location – David Eatwell ventures out into the desert and up into the mountains on the Hedjaz Railway in Syria and finds venerable German and Swiss steam locomotives struggling through spectacular scenery.
186 WEISSWASSER – PLAN OF THE MONTH
Harry Harper describes how a group of members of the West Wiltshire Model Railway Club went about planning and building a new European N gauge layout.
190 JOACHIN – part 2
Peter North completes the account of his US HO layout which represents part of the electrified Virginian Railway dedicated to moving large amounts of coal.
196 CF de RÊVE
Peter McConnell describes his new Z gauge layout, featuring a variety of stock, and set in a small harbour town in northern France.
200 EL CREMALLERA
Piers Milne describes his latest experiment in Nm – the metre gauge Vall de Núria rack line, built with Swiss equipment and located in the mountains near the French border.
206 LATEST REVIEWS
216 BOOK REVIEWS
218 EXHIBITION DIARY & NEWS