December 2011 Volume 33 Number 12
774 MODELLBUNDESBAHN – RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
This large HO scale layout features an authentic model of Ottbergen station and locomotive shed, and the station at Bad Driburg, as they were in the last year of steam on the DB.
784 METAL GATES
Emmanuel Nouaillier shares more of his techniques for highly detailed and realistic scenic modelling.
788 SAINT-PAIR – SCALE DRAWINGS
Greg Briarty describes a typical wayside station on a long-closed line in northwestern France which he has modelled in HOm.
794 MENASHA – PLAN OF THE MONTH
Martin Franklin introduces the new American HO layout of the Wakefield Railway Modellers’ Society, set on the Wisconsin Central in September 2000.
CONTINENTAL MODELLER 814
802 RHÄTISCHE BAHN SIGNALS
Jonathan Collinge carefully noted suitable examples on the metre gauge Rhätische Bahn to inform the modelling on his Surselva layout.
806 SIGNALLING FOR SURSELVA
Jonathan Collinge describes how he developed and built automatic block control with colour light signals for operating his Swiss HOm metre gauge layout.
814 HORSE CREEK – 2
Peter Everitt completes the description of his growing American HO exhibition layout, which is designed to form part of a larger scheme.
820 WEIJERWEG HALT
Gerard Van Den Weijer describes his compact and portable HOe layout, set on an imaginary museum line in Brabant, which was constructed on an identical baseboard to Irgendwo by Gerbrand Haans, featured last month.
824 ‘FRANK S.’ MODIFIED
Something different for G scale – James Hilton transformed the familiar LGB 0-6-0T+T Heeresfeldbahn loco to represent a simple tank-only variant.
Scott Fitzgerald presents the Victorian broad gauge layout of the Bayside Model Railway Club, unusual in Australia as it is built to 18.4mm gauge.
834 LATEST REVIEWS
842 BOOK REVIEWS
844 VIDEO REVIEWS
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