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PAGE 15 – JULY 2003

HORSECARS AND STEAM TRAMS! Rafael A. Gil Fornés, who lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina, has created a unique and exciting “living museum” of urban transportation in the 1890s. Featuring working horse cars and steam...

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PAGE 14 – JUNE 2003

NEW SMALL LAYOUT Holcombe is an Inglenook-style shunting layout based on the British Rail blue years, built by Peter Marriott. The little layout measures 1.5x.4 metres (60″x16″), and depicts a small station on a...

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PAGE 13 – MAY 2003

PROJECT UPDATE Last November, we featured a wonderful fantasy layout from Germany called Lummerland, built by Helmut Heinert and modeled after the characters and scenes in the book, Jim Button and Luke the Engine...

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PAGE 12 – APRIL 2003

PROTOTYPE NARROW GAUGE U.S. Industrial Railway in 1915                           Bill Chestnut, who lives in Bridgeton, New Jersey, forwarded these archive photos of...

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PAGE 11 – MARCH 2003

From the Archive The photo at right turned up the other day in an old scrapbook that I hadn’t looked at in years. It shows a virtually prehistoric layout that I made in the...

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PAGE 10 – FEBRUARY 2003

On30 Shays in Germany This small U.S.-style logging layout is the work of Gerd Ziller, in Germany. Designed to show off his new On30 Shay loco, Melina’s Camp was designed as a small, backwoods...

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PAGE 9 – JANUARY 2003

Switching Layout Set in Vancouver Harrterm Yard is Ian Bareham’s small HO switching layout, featuring lots of detailed industrial scenes. The L-shaped shelf design uses modern North American equipment, and is scenicked to represent...

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PAGE 8 – DECEMBER 2002

A Holiday Confection from Japan Reminding us all to quickly finish up our holiday “pizza layout” centerpieces is this delightful HOn2 layer cake from Akihiro Morohoshi in Japan. Happy Holidays!   This charming small...

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PAGE 7 – NOVEMBER 2002

Lummerland: a German torte Lummerland is a portable model railway built in Germany by Helmut Heinert and modeled after the characters and scenes in the book, Jim Button and Lukas the Engine Driver, by...
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PAGE 6 – OCTOBER 2002

Is Gn15 an isotope of Germanium? We hear a lot about "Gn15 scale" these days, and we see layouts being drawn for that scale (on this site, for example, see the Micro Layout Design...

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