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Edited by Martyn Welch
Small Suppliers Forum
Tim Maunder template for scribing wagon planking in 4mm, Mainly Trains etched rivet strips and wagon details in 4mm, Alan Gibson detail components in 4mm, David Geen absorbs Microrail range of pre-grouping rolling stock kits, Challis Models and Hobbies tool for opening out dimples in RTR wagon underframes and bogies spaced at 26mm, Bill Bedford sprung bogie frames and sprung W-irons for 4mm, Fox Transfers 'Heritage' catalogue for 4mm, Judith Edge Kits North British/Paxman 0-4-0 shunter kit in 4mm, Comet Models GWR dias H43 and H44 kits in 4mm, Microflame range of precision flame torches, Langley Miniature Models Clyde 'puffer' boat kit in 4mm
Black Five on a Budget
Tim Shackleton finds Hornby's new RTR model offers an easy and affordable finescale alternative.
[Photos: LNER 51ft lavatory composite]
Photographs of LNER 51ft lavatory composite built by George Pring from his own Kemilway range of 7mm kits.
The Next Phase - Alpraham Sidings - Part 1
After a quarter-century of P4 modelling, Don Rowland had an almost complete layout and a huge collection of stock. A house move provided the stimulus he needed to get the whole thing finished and running.
Views of David Lane's P4 layout 'Saffron Street'
Crossing Assembly Jig
Crossing Assembly Jig in EM
The "WOW!" Factor
JM Model Products 2-6-6-2 Beyer-Garratt kit in 7mm
Small Suppliers Plus
4mm Bachmann class 08 in new body style
The Bogie Man
Looking for new ways to improve the running of RTR diesels, Tim Shackleton looks at a simple, cost-effective solution.
Formil Model Engineering
Ecclestone Station Cabin
Ecclestone Station Cabin in 4mm by Martin Nield
Authentic Colour for Modellers
Interior and exterior photographs of ex-GWR autotrailer in pre-1956 BR red
The Toy Story - The Life and Times of Inventor Frank Hornby by Anthony McReavy, From Deltics to Class 67s: Modelling Post-Privatisation Diesels by Nigel Burkin
Building a 'K'
Gordon Gravett is familiar to most as an exceptional scenic modeller and the various layouts he and his wife Maggie have constructed over the years are milestones in the modelling world. Not so well documented are Gordon's skills at stock construction, so we persuaded him to reveal how he created his 7mm model of an elegant LB&SCR prototype.