January 2011 Volume 33 Number 1
2 ZAUBERWALDBAHN – RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
Peter Wurcbacher relates how the Norton Cross MRG modelled a 750mm gauge Kleinbahn in Oe in its last days under the Deutsche Reichsbahn.
12 THAI DIESELS – SCALE DRAWINGS
In his fourth article on the railways of Thailand, Wim Harthoorn considers the first diesels built in quantity for main line duties.
18 A SMALL BRICK SHED
Part 1: preparation and initial assembly Using as an example a modest structure in HO, Emmanuel Nouaillier shares some useful techniques for enhancing commercial structure kits in any scale.
23 SCHLOß WOLFENTAL
Michael Watts adapted his Bavarian N gauge layout to tell a German wartime story.
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26 THE WORK TRAIN
John Flann suggests something a little different to add variety to regular operation on his US HO layout – rolling stock dedicated to Maintenance of Way service.
28 SURSELVA – PLAN OF THE MONTH
Jonathan Collinge describes his Swiss HOm home layout, a junction between Rhätische Bahn and Furka Oberalp, inspired by, but not based on, Disentis, which features DCC control and automatic signalling.
36 USING PAPER PUNCHES
Jay Kershaw makes novel use of economical punches which are easily obtained from craft shops, to make plasticard parts for locos, stock, and structures. . 41 ST.ETIENNE-EN-CAUX – Part 3: rolling stock
Charles Insley summarises the collection of rolling stock developed for his French OO9 layout.
44 COAST TRAMS
Guy Tyteca was on hand to witness the anniversary event on the metre gauge line which still serves resorts along the north coast of Belgium.
48 PIPESTEM CREEK
Alan Whitney presents his permanent American O layout, built in a long but narrow basement store room, which provides plenty of scope for switching.
56 LATEST REVIEWS
64 BOOK REVIEWS
66 VIDEO REVIEWS
68 NEWS & EXHIBITION DIARY