Issue 136 2002 « Previous issue | Next issue »
Edited by Martyn Welch
Small Suppliers Forum
Original Omnibus COmpany 1:76 LT 'Feltham' tram, Alan Gibson mini-magnets, Heljan 'original' class 47 preview in 4mm, High Level Kits Long Rider compensated motor bogie for Lima's class 26, 27 and 33 diesels, Parkside Dundas revised LNER/BR 12T steel open (dia 1/037) kit in 4mm, Judith Edge Kits 403hp Hunslet 0-6-0 diesel kit in 7mm, NBL Locomotive Works Liskeard and Looe Railway 2-4-0T Lady Margaret kit in 7mm, Steam Era Models Black Bug single-axle drive unit now imported from Australia by Branchlines, Dingham Autocouplers latch and loop system in 4mm, Watling Street Models Bristol LS5 buses in 1:43, New Zealand Finescale figures and McKenzie and Holland signal kits in S, Comet Models GWR dias E109-E112 coach kits in 4mm
Distracted by a Drummond (or two)
John Edwards of Warley MRC, the Gauge 'O' Guild and the Larger Scale Association 'Loco Construction Clinic' fame, builds two 7mm scale Drummond M7 0-4-4Ts.
Building a 4mm Coal and Lime Depot
While Bob Hetherington was getting on with constructing his P4 layout, he decided to make himself a small coal depot, but ended up with something a little larger.
The Waste Land
A 4mm scenic interlude by Tim Shackleton
Small Suppliers Plus
The Hold & Fold jig for holding and folding sheet materials such a etched components in two sizes 4in and 8in.
The East Lynn Saga
Trevor Nunn continues his account of his classic S-scale layout.
Drawing on many years of professional experience, John R. H. Lythgoe explains how to chose the right adhesive for the right job.
Counsel of Perfection - Part Two
Chris Gwilliam considers what he believes makes a really good etched coach kit.
Most layout descriptions pause only briefly to describe their fiddle yards and Michael Walshaw decided to investigate a few alternative designs until he came up with one that suited his requirements.