October 2011 Volume 33 Number 10
630 GRUSCH to St.NIKLAUS – RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
When Belgian train driver Frans Oleo discovered the Rhätische Bahn, he knew it would become the subject for his HOm and HO modelling project in retirement.
640 CORRUGATED IRON
Emmanuel Nouaillier shares more of his techniques for highly detailed and realistic scenic modelling.
644 SANTA BARBARA
Ian Lampkin describes his latest American N layout, closely based on a real location.
652 SOMEWHERE in FRANCE
Simon Newitt describes the compact metre gauge layout, modelled in 1:160 scale on 6.5mm gauge track (Nm), which he has developed from a previous project.
CONTINENTAL MODELLER 640
658 RS TOWER – PLAN OF THE MONTH
Martyn Read describes a team-built US HO layout intended to accommodate a wide variety of stock, which has become the basis of a collection of modules.
666 30 YEARS of the WEK
Werner Knopf describes a private narrow gauge railway which operates in 1:87 scale on 9mm gauge track (HOe) – and features some very active personnel!
674 MAEKLONG RAILWAY LOCOS – SCALE DRAWINGS
Wim Harthoorn looks at the interesting background to what has become a busy commuter line in Thailand. The present situation will be described in a second article.
676 SRODA MIASTO
Richard Ellis-Hobbs describes his HOe Polish narrow gauge layout, based on a station on the 750mm gauge line from Sroda to Zaniemysl.
680 WD FIRST WORLD WAR STOCK
Roy Hirst describes some of his authentically loaded rolling stock for a First World War OO9 layout.
684 LATEST REVIEWS
692 BOOK REVIEWS
694 VIDEO REVIEWS
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