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Edited by Martyn Welch
Small Suppliers Forum
High Level Kits DriveStretcher to fit the RoadRunner+ and LoadHauler+ gearboxes and Hudswell Clarke 'Coronation' class 0-4-0ST loco kit in 4mm, Fox Transfers livery pack for the DJH Class 37 in 7mm and LNER teak coaching stock numbering and lettering in 2mm, 4mm and 7mm, Parkside Dundas planning Gwr 1907 'Beetle' prize cattle van in 4mm and N23 coal wagon in 7mm, 2mm Scale Association 'A Photographic Celebration' booklet, Taylor Precision Models 'Post War Cars for the 4mm Modeller' modellers guide, Exactoscale slide and 3-bolt chairs in 4mm, Kalgarin Models absorbs the 4mm and 7mm Impetus range, LCP International now owns C&L
Tony Wright reveals the thinking behind this popular exhibition layout, designed both to provide authentic mail-line running, and allow the spectator to indulge in traditional lineside trainspotting.
Gerry Beale builds the Parkside Dundas GWR H7 conflat and BC-1 container kits in 7mm
In MRJ No. 115, Geoff Taylor described the construction of his atmospheric Yorkshire houses and this time he's set his sights on something a little grander. When it comes to painting, however, he literally gets his finger out.
The Queen of Sheba
Tim Shackleton builds a 1941-pattern 'Queen of Sheba' 4-SUB EMU from No Nonsense Kits 4mm kits
LNER Dia. 5 Horse Box
John Hayes builds a LNER dia 5 horse box in 44 from a D&S kit
Midland Buffer Stops in 4mm
Mick Moore scratchbuilds 4mm Midland buffer stops
MRJ Workshop: Wantage Tramway No. 5 - Part 8
Laurie Griffin continues construction of the Wantage Tramway loco 'Jane' in 7mm