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  1. I was just out at the local hobby shop and noticed that Continental Modeller has published a two part article on Electric Local Lines as modeling subjects by Peter Dibben in its October and November 2016 issues. Each article is four pages. The October 2016 issue covers the Konan Tetsudo and Mizuma Tetsudo, the shortest electric line in Japan. The November article covers the Ichibata Denki Tetsudo, Kumamoto Electric Railway and the Choshi Dentetsu. The focus is on EMUs and passenger service. The December issue of Continental Modeler will feature Peter Dibben's Hironocho, a portable N scale minor private railway layout. Continental Modeler is a monthly magazine published in the UK covering non-UK layouts and railroad models by the publishers of Railway Modeller. For those not near a magazine dealer that carries the magazine there is an online edition. In the past it has covered Japanese layouts such as the last layout by Doug Coster and Japanese prototypes like the Enoden. Not bad for a small city hobby shop!
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