Issue 127 2001 « Previous issue | Next issue »
Edited by Martyn Welch
Small Suppliers Forum
Taylor Precision Models assorted etched brass hooks and loops used to secure wagons on train ferries in 2mm, London Road Models LNWR arc-roofed dias D221 and D249 coach kits in 4mm, Connoisseur Models NBR Class D/LNER Class J83 loco kit in 7mm, Guilplates GNR locomotive lettering and numberinf transfers in 4mm and 7mm, Cambridge Custom Transfers GWR shirtbutton diesel railcar lettering in 3.5mm, 4mm and 7mm, The Frogmore Confederacy GWR E28, K19 and D56 coach kits and K15/15/16 passenger luggage van kit in 4mm, Great Western Study Group publication GWR Switch and Crossing Practice - A Design Guide for 4mm Modellers by David J Smith, Trackside Models Nissen Hut kit in 4mm, High Level Kits Hawthorn Leslie 0-6-0St kit in 4mm, Townstreet hand-poured pantile roof sections
The MRJ Interview: Alan Gibson
In the first of an occasional series, MRJ goes behind the scenes to talk to some of the hobby's movers and shakers/ Here Alan Gibson gives his views on the past, present and future of finescale modelling as a manufacturing business.
Roye England's Modelling Notebooks - Part 3 Brickwork
In the previous extract from Roye England's notebooks, his basic techniques in modelling stonework were described. In these notes, he describes some of his methods for modelling brickwork, starting with a description of how to set out the bonding pattern of one of the most common styles seen on buildings that were included in the Vale Scene - Flemish bond - where the bricks were laid alternatively as stretchers (lengthways) and headers (crossways). I am also including some notes on weathering techniques as applied both to areas of brick and also stonework.
Trevor Potts describes some of te vast array of EM wagons that feature n his spuerb layout, which was originally featured in MRJ No. 60.
Adams Radial - Part 2
Chris Wesson describes the construction of a 7mm Adams Radial loco from a Martin Finney kit.
More New 4mm Track
4mm/EM, 4mm/P4, 7mm/7mm FS, 7mm/S7
Peter Kirmond looks at Exactotrack
A Fistful of Fivers
Tim Shackleton reviews a selection of L&Y locomotives modelled in 4mm.
A dream that became reality.
Two photographs of advertisements on and beside an overbridge taken at Exeter in the 1950s.
7mm GWR Toplight built and painted by John Petcher, weathered by Martyn Welch.