Issue 144 2003 « Previous issue | Next issue »
Edited by Martyn Welch
Small Suppliers Forum
N Brass Locomotives 'Lady Margaret' 2-4-0T in 4mm, Lledo diecast BMC 3T trucks in 4mm, Signs of the Times graffiti transfers in 2mm and 4mm, Acme Model Company truss girder bridge kit in 3.5mm, Connoisseur NER V1 birdcage brake van in 7mm, Scalefour Society Shropshier and Herefordshire Area Group five-lever signal frame kit in 4mm
Bath Single Line Junction Signal Box built by Jerry Clifford and Buckminster Signal Box built by Mike Raithsby both in 2mm
Swindon Works in 7mm
As well as superlative modelling skills, John Dornom brings an unexpected dimension to everything he builds. Remember the smoke effects on 'Laira' or the stunning use of light and shade on 'Roundhouse'? In John's hands, modelling Swindon's celebrated 'A' shop - once the biggest factory building in Europe - becomes an essay in reflections and wide-angle vision.
New Haven Harbour branch showing Brighton 'Terrier' No. 32655 on 27th August 1957
Rookfield's control panel
By following prototype practice, Jas Milham adds interest to operations on S scale Yaxbury branch.
The Wisdom of Solomon Part 2
Norman Solomon lays and ballasts 4mm pointwork.
The Perfect Choice?
Tim Shackleton models a pair of BR Standard Class 5s.
Rolling, rolling, rolling..
N Brass Locomotives rolling road kit review
[Photo: D&S ex-Great Eastern six-wheeler]
Photo of ex-Great Eastern six-wheeler built by Martyn Welch in S7 from a D&S kit.
Graded Coal for Wagonload Traffic
Mick Moore shows how to model more realistic coal trains.
Bernard Holland obituary
Malcolm Sydney Cross
Malcolm Sydney Cross obituary