Issue 14 1987 « Previous issue | Next issue »
Edited by Bob Barlow & Gerry Beale
For finescale modllers, this East Anglian opus, lovingly crafted by the Cambridge Area Group of the Scalefour Society, will be on eof the key attractions at this year's IMREX. Allan Sibley describes it.
1960s, BR (ex-GER/LNER) Stour Valley branch.
The 'Exebridge' Warehouses
On show at IMREX, Dave & Shirley Rowe's magnificent Exebridge diorama made its first appearance in MRJ No. 9. We are now pleased to follow with the first of a series of articles describing its construction.
Scratchbuilding Model Wagons
In the third part of his widely acclaimed series, Chris Crofts, having discussed the anatomy of common private owner wagons at length, gets down to modelling them in 4mm. Here he describes his own perfectionist methods for building and painting bodywork.
No. 1 Shop: Matters Arising
General discussion relating to No. 1 Shop projects and correspondence. Availability of motors. Temperature controlled soldering irons. Turntable operation.
Small Suppliers Forum
Wills - 4mm yard crane. Prototype Models - card structures. Kean-Maygib - 4mm LNWR loco buffers.
BRUSH Type 2
'Health words' from Monty Wells on the modest attractions of the Class 31 and the simple works required to model a whole range of variants.
Detailed prototype notes, drawings, photographs, and livery notes, and simple guidelines for conversion of the Airfix RTR model.
From the Modeller's Armchair: Alive, alive-o!
Is 0 gauge all stuffed shirts and tinplate, or something far better? Richard Sharpe ponders the scale - and its image.