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Edited by Martyn Welch
Small Suppliers Forum
Agenoria Models - 7mm narrow gauge (16.5 or 14mm) Penrhyn quarry Manning Wardle 0-4-0ST locomotive kit. Comet Models - 1928 Gresley triplet dining set coaches and LNER turnbuckle truss etchings in 4mm. Alan Gibson - lost-wax brass cast standard two-shackle and SR-style three-shackle screw couplings, loco driving wheels, and cast LSWR cruciform signal finials in 4mm. Conoisseur Models - 4mm and 7mm catalogues. Red Dog - catalogue.
Tidmeric Minerals Company
7mm:1ft 14mm narrow gauge freelance industrial (quarry) layout
A Sauce for Semaphores - Part 2: A Cook Book
Continuing the culinary theme of Part 1 in MRJ No.111, J. Douglas Smith gives some 'recipes' for improved Signal Actuating Units, controlled electronically.
Rail Profiles for the modeller
Table of the principal dimensions for different weights of rail for both flat-bottom, bridge and bullhead rail with the 4mm and 7mm scale equivalents
Storage from Scandinavia
Peter Kirmond finds a neat solution to an age-old problem.
Ikea plywood drawer unit for storage.
Tyne Dock Consolidation
When we saw these splendid pictures of Eddie Ford's work, we asked him for more information, and hopefully we shall feature further examples in the not too distant future.
Scratchbuilt Thompson Class O1 2-8-0 locomotive in 4mm/P4
David Lane tries his hand at a distinctive GWR coach using a popular kit as its basis.
Comet Models Hawksworth full brake dia K45/K46 in 4mm/P4
Return to Kendall
In the first of occasional return visits, David Jenkinson brings us a little more up to date with his ongoing 7mm project.
Tim Shackleton decodes the BR standard whistle-code system
MRJ Workshop: Wantage Tramway No. 5 - Part 9
Laurie Griffin continues construction of the Wantage Tramway loco 'Jane' in 7mm
LNWR 4-plank - Diagram 84
John Hayes builds a LNWR 4-plank open wagon from a David Geen kit in 4mm.