Review 131 is off to the printers ready for distribution at the end of this month.
This issue has a large focus on the Isle of Purbeck with two layouts and three drawings of prototypes. We continue the story of the Anyox mine as featured in issues 129 and 130. We also have a look at hazard markings with prototype photos and techniques and discuss the thorny issue of scales and gauges. Finally as usual we include previously unpublished prototype photos of narrow gauge and industrial subjects.
The contents are:
- Newton Heath Works - A 7mm scale narrow (16.2mm) and standard gauge Dorset clay layout built by Martin Finney and Mike Baker
- Fayles Tramway Clay Wagon - Drawn and described by Stuart L Baker with 1:32 scale drawing and prototype photos
- Hi-Vis Locomotives - Sydney A Leleux explores the introduction of safety painting on the industrial scene with prototype photos
- Peckett Locomotives of the Furzebrook Railway - Sextus & Septimus drawn and described by Stuart L Baker with 7mm scale drawings and prototype photos
- Anyox Mine - The Layout - Gerald Harper describes how he built his On3 British Columbian layout
- Chattenden & Upnor - Prototype photos from the camera of Paul Myatt
- A Way with Wasps - Tim Shackleton descibes his techniques for adding hazard markings to a 4mm scale SG industrial loco
- Goathorn - A 7mm scale 26.25mm gauge recreation of the 3ft 9ins gauge Fayles Tramway by Peter Hollins
- Of Scales and Gauges and Time - Peter Kazer discusses one of the perennial issues faced by NG modellers
- A Problem of Scale - David Hughes shares his angst
- Potters Bar Mainline Tunnel Contract - Prototype photos of a line up of industrial locos of Paul Myatt
- And the usual editorial, product news, reviews and readers letters