Issue 124 2001 « Previous issue | Next issue »
Edited by Martyn Welch
Small Suppliers Forum
Home of 'O' Gauge anti-theft modules, Exactoscale 4mm fishlates and MR 4-bolt, 3-bolt and bridge chairs for the ExactoTrack range, Original Omnibus Company Midland Red Motorway Coach in 4mm, London Road Models GNR 315/345 / LNER J3 0-6-0 loco kit in 4mm, Dart Castings painted figures from the Monty's Model railways Range in 4mm
Tim Shackleton improves the new Bachmann 08.
If you don't have the time to create a complex diorama for displaying your models, Martyn Welch offers this simple idea as an alternative.
Return to Kendall - Part Two
David Jenkinson now takes us on the practicalities of bringing his huge 7mm project to life with the construction and installation of buildings plus some fundamental scenic decoration.
Guy Williams adds GWR touches and improves the performance of his 4mm Robinson 2-8-0 with Ultrascale universal drive components
Two undated photographs of poster hoardings at Exeter
A Midget Motorised
When Stephen Harris got his hands on a tiny 2mm scale kit of a fingernail-sized engine, people told him it was impossible to motorise. At first, he tried and failed. Then, ignoring the old maxim that says when you're in a hole you should stop digging, he beat the odds and got it going. Here's how.
GW O29 Open
John Hayes builds a 4mm GWR O29 Open wagon from a Ratio plastic kit and ABS and Masokits components
Gordon Gravett describes how he makes small trees and bushes from a natural plant.
Sea Moss / Sea Foam
Private owner coke wagon photographs
Three photographs of private owner (P.O.P.) coke wagons taken between 1938 and 1939 at Cardigan