March 2011 Volume 33 Number 3
142 Bw LÜTZEN OST – RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
A typical German Bahnbetriebswerk, modelled in N by Dave O’Rourke, with a loco shed, servicing area, and a working turntable as its centrepiece.
148 BASTILLE – Part 2
David Thomas completes his survey of this interesting Paris city terminus, commenced in our February issue, and suggests it would make an unusual subject for a layout.
155 PARKE & RYDE
Graham Ray tells how he used computer technology to make some distinctive signs for a scratchbuilt structure.
156 ZWEINUCK an der DONAU – PLAN OF THE MONTH
Graham Hand needed an easily transportable layout on which to operate his recently-acquired collection of Austrian and German standard gauge HO stock.
CONTINENTAL MODELLER 164 SMALL THINGS
In the course of detailing his new American HO project, Joachin, Peter North shows how even small scenic features can make a major contribution to the authenticity of a layout, defining the location.
Dave Doe extols the virtues of finescale modelling as an approach, not just a set of standards.
172 ONCE UPON A TIME IN HAMBURG
Winfried Schmitz-Esser describes his finescale HO project, which has been carefully planned in practical stages, representing the rail-served and quays round Oberhafen, which he admits will never be finished.
176 WEIGHBRIDGE AND OUTHOUSE
More techniques for enhancing commercial structure kits from Emmanuel Nouaillier - under scrutiny here are resin and plaster products from Zébulon Decor.
180 WOLF’S CREEK
René Wolf embraced changes of scale, gauge, and setting in his quest for a conveniently portable exhibition display with a micro layout in On30.
184 Kö 1 – SCALE DRAWINGS
DRG, DR, and DB Kleinlokomotive Leistungsgruppe 1. Doug Tompkins describes the small diesel shunters developed as a standard type in the 1930s. With scale drawings by Benno Wiesmüller.
188 LANGS WEG & RAIL
Guillaume Veenhuis presents his new Oe diorama created to cater for his craving for 1950s Dutch trams.
194 YAMANOUCHI OSHIKA
Nick Harling describes Liphook & District MRC’s new Japanese N layout which depicts the Chuo main line as it is in the present day in Yamanashi Prefecture.
200 LATEST REVIEWS
204 BOOK REVIEWS
206 VIDEO REVIEWS
208 NEWS & EXHIBITION DIARY