Issue 109 1999 « Previous issue | Next issue »
Edited by Martyn Welch
Small Suppliers Forum
Sherwood Models - 4mm PO wagons for Nottingham collieries. Meteor - now owned by ABS. Brassmasters - various Cleminson chassis kits. Parkside Dundas - various new kits for BR & GWR wagons. Enhance Ecosse - etched brass and whitemetal kits for under or over bridges in 4mm & 7mm. Cambridge Custom Transfers - commissioned waterslides. G&SWR Association - 7mm castings for James Manson locos and similar components. Martin Finney - new address. London Road Models - etched and cast brass kit for 4mm MR 1880 Class 4-4-0 and re-introduced 'Riceworks' kits for NB and GE locos.
Super 60 - Part 1
A mechanical upgrade for a RTR 4mm model of a popular prototype.
Class 60 diesel locomotive
How to avoid the 'orange peel' effect when using spray-paint.
The Electronic Flywheel
Keep running with electronic capacitors.
A self contained display unit with authentic setting.
Start of a MRJ competition.
[Photo: Upper Bank Shed]
Photo taken inside LMS Upper Bank shed in 1947.
A Shedcase Variant
A 7mm 'shedcase' display unit.
South Wales 70ft. Composite in 4mm
A Comet kit is cut up to make a distinctive vehicle from the GW's Paddington - Swansea services.
A cheap and simple track power testing device.
A Thornycroft for Pendon - Part 1
A road vehicle in plastic card.
The Rat - A rolling stock axle alignment thingy
A home-made devise to ensure that axles are fixed parallel to each other.