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Our next issue 124 features a US prototype,
in the form of Arizona Copper Company 20 inch gauge Locomotive No.8,
with prototype photos and scale drawing.

Full details here:  REVIEW 124

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REVIEW issue 125 is now at the printers for dispatch later this month.

This is a special edition with an extended obituary,
for our dear friend and editor Roy who passed away in November.

Issue 125 Contents:
  • Roy Charles Link 1947-2020 - Obituary and tribute with list of works
  • Beamish Tool Van - Paul Jarman describes his 7/8ths (1:13·7) model & full-size version it inspired
  • Green Energy Recycled Locomotives Of Llechwedd - Stuart L Baker draws & describes The Coalition & The Eclipse
  • Severn Mill - John Brookes describes his O16·5 factory complex module with track plan
  • Jössen Train Ferry - Photos & recollections from Col David W Ronald on this unusual German 60cm prototype
John




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REVIEW issue 126 is at the printers for distribution at the end of this month.

The contents are:
    Herbert's Last Hurrah
    Paul Berntsen builds Victorian Railways G class Garratt G42 in 1⁄4ins scale,
    with prototype photos and makers GA scale drawing.
    SAR(WHR) NgG16 Garratt in 7mm Scale
    David Steer builds the Backwoods Miniatures kit in O16.5 with prototype photos.
    SAR/Otavi Railway Dining Car Etiro of 1926
    Malcolm Crawford describes an unusual 2ft gauge prototype with scale drawing.
    Bagnall Inverted Saddle Tank Locomotive Edith
    Stuart L Baker draws and describes this unusual Llechwedd Quarry loco,
    with prototype photo and 12mm scale drawings.
    Llechwedd Electrics
    Paul Holmes builds The Eclipse in O14, from an N Brass etched kit.
    The American Magnesium Company Monorail
    Adrian Garner models an unusual USA prototype in 7mm scale,
    with prototype photo and patent details.
    Recreating The Early Corris Coach
    Archaeology in Miniature by Lee E J Styger, a CAD based reconstruction approach.
    Sunday Afternoon at Dawson City
    Tim Shackleton considers a snapshot in time,
    on the Walshaw Dean Reservoirs construction railway (UK) with prototype photos.
And the usual editorial, news, jottings & product reviews.

John




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