Continental Modeller Magazine, June 2019, Volume 41 Number 6

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Continental Modeller is your passport to the best in International Railway Modelling.

Regarded as essential reading for every enthusiast who models the different railways of the world. Each month it shows you how to reproduce foreign railway scenes perfectly and is filled with regular tips and articles intended to inspire beginners and experts alike.

Filled with many exciting layouts including photographs, illustrations and plans Continental Modeller also boasts a huge range of display advertisements for those seeking to purchase further model equipment.

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DIETRICHSDORF - RAILWAY OF THE MONTH
Stephen Davies changed from his customary N to HO in order to experiment with DCC and learned a lot modelling a commuter station in northern Germany.

PLAN OF THE MONTH
TURTLE FIELD
Jean-Francois Perrissoud welcomes us to a small town in the Rocky Mountains which he has modelled in N and now forms the first part of a larger project.

BROADFORD EXTENDED
Iain Hunter explains how construction challenges were met to make his Australian HO layout even longer giving a significant increase in storage yard capacity while still being transportable in the same vehicle.

TWO SMALL CAFES
Emmanuel Nouaillier continues his campaign devoted to modelling urban architecture in miniature, here setting the first completed cafe into a scene.

A FORESTRY LINE
Inspired by typical operations in eastern Europe, Laurent Vandermotte wanted to capture the atmosphere of forestry railways in the 1950s, such as the Viseu line in Romania and various Polish operations.

TIME FOR TT?
Richard Self suggests that it is time to look again at TT, the 'gauge in the middle', between HO and N, promoted as 'the ideal gauge': small enough to fit in, large enough to have a good level of detail.

SOUND FOR A Gr.940
Roberto Macchi evaluates the recent Rivarossi HO model of an Italian 2-8-2T and describes in detail how he fitted a digital sound decoder by Portigliatti.

SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE
Commemorating the narrow gauge supply lines - Peter Capon has produced a First World War OO9 layout with lots of authentic detail based on extensive research.

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