Contents October 2022 vol 73 No.864

684 Barton Road Railway of the Month Memories of journeys to the West Country provided the inspiration for Benn Pollard to create this pre-TOPS era urban scene in an unorthodox T-shape footprint.

692 Making a start in N Chris Ford presents the first in a short series of articles showing how a simple N gauge layout can be built in a total space of 7' x 1'. He begins this month by building the baseboards and laying the track.

696 Garrigill Inspired by the late Mike Sharman’s early railway modelling, Bob Hetherington built this depiction of a might-have-been Stockton & Darlington Railway junction absorbed by the North Eastern Railway.

701 LMS Class 2P 4-4-0 Scale Drawings Toby Jennings describes these characterful Midland Railway-derived four-coupled tender locomotives, with accompanying 4mm drawings by the late Ian Beattie.

704 Broadwindsor West Dorset provided the geographical setting for this joint Western and Southern Region layout created by Richard Maby in OO gauge.

708 The ‘Bonnyface’ local Ian Nuttall describes one of the local passenger trains that runs on his 4mm Settle & Carlisle layout, this formation depicting a regular Hellifield-Hawes service.

712 A 15" gauge estate railway Toby Hollins-Jones built this 7mm scale, 9mm gauge estate railway after gaining inspiration from a Dorset tourist attraction.

716 21st Century Penrith Plan of the Month Steve Flint considers this West Coast Main Line station in Cumbria as the setting for an N gauge layout project depicting the post-Privatisation era.

718 Buildings for Calstock Riverside Last month Chris Peacock set the scene for his latest project in O-16.5 depicting the East Cornwall Mineral Railway. This time he explains how he got to grips with the construction of the layout, starting, somewhat unconventionally, by making the buildings first.

722 Modelling viaducts in Gauge 1 John Boyson describes the methods he used to engineer viaducts in 10mm:1ft scale that would be suitable for use on outdoor systems.