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.
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