Issue 117 2000 « Previous issue | Next issue »
Edited by Martyn Welch
Small Suppliers Forum
Alan Gibson chassis sides for the Wantage Tramway MRJ Workshop loco in 7mm and GWR 850 loco kit in 4mm, High Level Kits HumpSHunter, HiFLier and MiniMiser precision gearboxes, Connoisseur Models LNER 12T fitted van kit in 7mm, Climpex mini-clamping system, Slater's Plastikard Welshpool 1ft 11in 6-hole disc wagon wheels in 16mm NG
Having awarded the MRJ Chalice to Dave Barrett at Scaleforum in 1998 for his delightful thatched cottages on 'Chiseldon', we asked him how the rest of his 'S4-ish' layout came about.
A polarity paradox
Bob Haskins wires a 3 way turnout
MRJ Workshop: Wantage Tramway No. 5 - Part 4
Laurie Griffin continues construction of the Wantage Tramway loco 'Jane' in 7mm
Tyne Dock - Consett Iron Ore
Tim Shackleton gets over-excited - as usual - over a recent Dave Bradwell 4mm kit release.
Layouts for Operation - Tiverton Junction
A large plan possibly suitable for a club project.
G.W. Mica B
A review of David Geen's new 4mm kit by Martin Needham.
Delightful Duchesses - Part 2
Concluding the tale of one of Tony Reynalds' remarkable forays into the LMS.
Comparative front end photographs of a 4mm A3 Pacific built by John Hayes from a Martin Finney kit and a prototype (No. 60106 Flying Fox).
Fencing on the cheap
Scratchbuilding wooden rail fencing in 7mm
Bending handrails in quantity, representing rivets and things
The Wee Barclay
Tim Shackleton builds the Backwoods Miniatures 0-4-0T kit in 4mm but to 3ft gauge