Issue 115 1999 « Previous issue | Next issue »
Edited by Martyn Welch
Small Suppliers Forum
Modeltec cast vacuum pipes, Westinghouse hoses and steam heat connections in 4mm, No Nonsense Kits loco and coach buffers moulded in ABS plastic in 4mm, London Road Models mail order address change, Cambridge Custom Transfers tank wagon transfers in 4mm and 7mm, Parkside Dundas H7 container wagon, BC-1 container and PO wagon kits in 7mm, LNER 'Lowfit' wagon in 4mm and BT CLAM ballast wagon in 2mm, Talyor Plastic Models now known as Taylor Precision Models
The S Scale Model Railway Society issued a challenge for its members to come up with a micro layout. Jas Millham decided to have a go and this article is based upon an item that subsequently featured in the society newsletter.
Cheating at sheeting
Barry Norman models wagon tarpaulin sheets in 7mm
Tim Shackleton takes a closer look at some of the new High Level 'Precision' gearboxes.
Point Rodding Part 2
Following on from MRJ No.113, Steve Hall shows us how he modelled the point rodding for 'Halifax Kings Cross'.
MRJ Workshop: Wantage Tramway No. 5 - Part 2
First steps in 7mm scratchbuilding
Laurie Griffin continues construction of the Wantage Tramway loco 'Jane' in 7mm
Houses on the hill
We were most impressed with Geoff Taylor's superbly atmospheric 4mm buildings and asked him to take us through his methods of construction.
The Bristolian for Pendon
Guy Williams builds a rake of flush-glazed stock for Pendon Museum
Layout Design: The High Wolds
Layout design by Barry Norman