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Contents April 2022 vol 73 No.858

224 Copper, Wort & Co Ltd Railway of the Month Peter Goss has downsized slightly for his latest OO gauge project, which depicts the brewing industry of Burton-on-Trent set in the Edwardian era.

232 Unusual wagons for Dentdale 2 Ian Nuttall presents a further selection of oddities and novelties from the extensive wagon fleet that is operated on his outstanding 4mm scale Settle & Carlisle layout.

236 Little Aire Richard Pratt designed this West Yorkshire layout in conjunction with the members of Harrogate MRC, to provide a home for unused Class 308 and 321 units.

242 A motorised coach for 009 Paul Bason required a means of auxiliary propulsion for his small 4mm scale narrow gauge locomotives and experimented by adapting a Peco bogie coach.

244 Purbeck Mining Museum Peter Hollins uncovers the background to this fascinating heritage centre at Norden which now includes Ron Dyson’s depiction in 4mm scale of the Pike Bros’ transhipment sidings at nearby Furzebrook.

248 Turbot makeover Project of the Month Richard Bardsley bought this OO gauge Dapol Turbot bogie ballast wagon as a Christmas gift for a friend. The problem was that it looked too clean!

250 Foxbury Micro Marvel Bob Brown revived the name of a previous layout for his latest 3mm project, designed as a small and lightweight setup for taking to exhibitions. An ingenious ‘half station’ design formed the basis.

255 Bristol Bath Road Plan of the Month Alistair Bolt rekindled memories of Bristol Temple Meads station with this OO gauge scheme, which demonstrates how an expansive prototype can be recreated in a modest space.

260 Talking Points Topical issues from the world of railway modelling. With the current trend for unusual prototypes, senior editor Steve Flint asks whether a Trans-Pennine DMU would make a viable model.

262 Crediton Chris Heggadon revives the workings of Meldon Quarry in Devon with this modern N gauge recreation of a key passing station on the Tarka Line.






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