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Our next issue  REVIEW 124  features a US prototype,
 
in the form of Arizona Copper Company 20" gauge Locomotive No.8,

with proto-photos and scale drawing.


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REVIEW 125

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

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 O-16·5 factory complex module with track plan
  • Jössen Train Ferry - Photos & recollections from Col David W Ronald on this unusual German 60cm prototype
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REVIEW 126  contents are:
    Herbert's Last Hurrah
    Paul Berntsen builds Victorian Railways G class Garratt G42 in 1⁄4ins scale,
    with proto-photos and makers GA scale drawing.
    SAR(WHR) NgG16 Garratt in 7mm Scale
    David Steer builds the Backwoods Miniatures kit in O-16.5 with proto-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 proto-photo and 12mm scale drawings.
    Llechwedd Electrics
    Paul Holmes builds The Eclipse in O-14, from an N Brass etched kit.
    The American Magnesium Company Monorail
    Adrian Garner models an unusual USA prototype in 7mm scale,
    with proto-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 proto-photos.
And the usual editorial, news, jottings & reviews.

John




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REVIEW 127  contents are:
    Gweithdy Dyffryn - Derek Harris models stub pointwork in O-14 with prototype photos by Sydney A Leleux
    32mm Gauge Portable Track - Ian Holmes describes modelling pressed-steel sleepers in 7/8ths scale with proto-photos
    Multi-Gauge Test Track - Sydney A Leleux describes his early 7mm scale model of an unusual prototype
    Adding bolthead details to a completed model - Adrian Garner provides a finishing touch to his 7mm monorail loco
    More Sunday Best – St John’s Chapel Lead Mine Tramway - Tim Shackleton finds a snapshot in time with proto-photos
    Festiniog Railway Carriage Truck - Stuart L Baker draws one of FR's more eccentric vehicles with proto-photo and drawing
    Modelling 3ft Gauge in 7mm Scale - Peter J Page considers the practicalities of O-21
    Where The Green Grass Grows - Scenic trackwork inspiration by John Clutterbuck with proto-photos
    London Brick Company - Nutty - Proto-photos of the unusual Sentinel 0-4-0 from the camera of Paul Myatt
And the usual editorial, letters and reviews.

John




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