Here is a scan of the front cover of the #16 issue of Hornby Magazine.
The magazine has a 24-page supplement on Hornby Dublo. The binder:
And the supplement cover:
A resume of the contents of the current issue:
Editorial: Mike Wild give his opinion on the pricing of models.
Layout: Bishop Wearburn - An East coastmainline layout in N-scale. A 20ft long layout that covers three periods from 1951 to 1967 depending on the stock being run.
Update: What's new on the modelling scene.
The country station. Anthony New gives us some ideas on modelling a country station with some nice plans.
Review: Pete Waterman's book - A Train for Life.
Article: Shaking the box. Ian Morton starts a new series on modelling with off-the-shelf products.
Article: Weathering locomotives by Graham Muspratt.
The Model Centre. Mike Wild visits the railway business that is well know for producing custom finished locomotives and stock.
Parcel Trains. Evan Green-Hughes looks at the history of parcel trains and sees how we can model them.
Hornby Post: Letters to the magazine.
Hands-on: Beginners guide to Tracklaying.
Layout: Sarum Road. 9ft portable bench layout set in the 1950s.
Electrics: Passing loops. Ian Morton gives some good advice for non DCC wiring of passing loops.
Reality Check: The 'Super D' 0-8-0s. Evan Green-Hughes shows us the history of the locomotive.
Review: Bachmann 'Super D' 0-8-0. Mike Wild gets to play with and evaluate the latest Bachmann model.
Reviews: Bachmann class 24, Hornby brake composites, Skaledale, Scale Scenics Oxford diecasts and more.
'N' Gauge Review: Bachmann 'N' Gauge Warship. Mike Wild looks closely at this eagerly awaited model.
Review: Electrifying Trains 'O' gauge 2-HAL. Very nice but very expensive BR EMU custom finished model.
Original conversion. Chris Nevard works on the Hornby Foster Yeoman Class 59
Layout: Yarborough. Grimsby Town Modellers Group exhibition layout.
Staff projects: Mike Wild prepares Bay Street shed and Carper Road Junction for show.
Reader Projects: Torton. Lloyd Wakelin explains how a Thomas train set inspired him to build a 1950s SR layout.
The Clinic: Questions and answers about steam & diesel locomotive components.
Club Focus: The Manchester Model Railway Society.
Railway realism: Railways and roads. Alan Earnshaw continues his series on road vehicles linked to the railways.
A few ads at the end