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PAGE 39 – JULY 2005

MISCELLANY… MIS’-CEL-LA-NY — n. 1: a mixture of various things. Many items arrive in my e-mail. not all of which fit into the categories I devise for the monthly issues of Small Layout Scrapbook....

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PAGE 38 – JUNE 2005

Layouts in Containers Return! In February (Scrapbook Issue #34) we brought you a compendium of model railways built in various containers. As a result, we received a lot more information about “contained” layouts from...

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PAGE 37 – MAY 2005

There’s no question that the world’s most popular model railroad layout design is the “pizza” — a single circle of track on a small, usually square display board. Pizza layouts are found everywhere that...

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PAGE 36 – APRIL 2005

3 MARVELOUS MICROS + 3 ISLAND RAILROADS FUN IN SEXTUPLICATE! MICRO 1: A CLASSIC, RYELANDS LANE Patriarch of the Pint-sized Platform Chris Krupa, from Cambridge, England, displayed one of his classic micro layouts at...

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PAGE 35 – MARCH 2005

SMALL LAYOUT VARIETY PACK Small layouts come in many shapes, scales, and even sizes. Here’s a “Variety Pack” of interesting small layouts that have reached our desk over the past few months. Enjoy! MAKING...

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PAGE 34 -FEBRUARY 2005

SMALL LAYOUTS IN CONTAINERS (in homage to Monty Python’s ‘Storage Jars Sketch’) Model railroaders are very imaginative people. And they build layouts in many unexpected places. This month, we present a collection of small...

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PAGE 33 -JANUARY 2005

Part 2: Small-Scale Bookshelves Bookshelf layouts may provide the most railroad fun per square inch or centimeter. Last month, we explored large-scale trains running on bookshelves; this month, we present smaller-scale trains — 1:48...

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