Issue 152 2004 « Previous issue | Next issue »
Edited by Tim Shackleton
Derwenthaugh: Stretched realities, unexpected bonuses and hard-won truths
Dave Bradwell argues that the best way to design the perfect layout is to start building it.
Small Suppliers Forum
Sharmin Wheels Delrin chain, C-Rail GTS and Adaptainer transfers and MSC container transfers in 4mm, Classic Commercials figures, road roller kit and crawler tractor kit in 7mm, 2 Doors Down GE 25T and 70T kits in 1:48 scale, Aidan Campbell figures in 4mm, HMRS L&Y loco and coach transfers in 4mm and 7mm
Martyn Welch shows how he created 'joined-up' pipework on 7mm scale coaches
Using Fulgurex Point Motors
Norman Solomon modifies a popular turnout mechanism to give reliable, unobtrusive operation.
B17/6 4-6-0 'Leeds United' in S7 scratchbuilt by Stephen Barfield and weathered by Martyn Welch.
Fernside Avenue in Hamworthy, Dorset on 27th May, 1948
Stephen Hannington discovered a novel way of building coaches for his EM gauge layout.
Peter Johnson explains how the system of chalked wagon markings worked and shows how you can replicate it in model form.
Destinations and Deliveries
Paul Jarman describes his methods of adding authentic markings and traders' labels to freight stock.