Issue 162 2005 « Previous issue | Next issue »
Edited by Tim Shackleton
Small Suppliers Forum
Peter Dawson Kemilway range of Gresley coach kits in 4mm
The 'other' Weston-super-Mare
Looking for a layout-building project, Andrew Ulyott found inspiration close to home. His delightful EM gauge portrait of the Weston, Cleveland and Portishead terminus at Ashcombe Road is an unusual example of a Colonel Stephens railway in an urban context.
The earliest underground stock
Paul Marchese builds two rakes of 7mm scale coaches from broad-gauge days.
Boat on an Open C
Trevor Pott makes a typically tidy job of an unusual 4mm scale wagon load.
BR's ex-PO Wagon Fleet - a further diversity
David Larkin looks at some of the more esoteric designs.
John Hayes continues the story of Wallingford with a quest for robust baseboards and reliable pointwork.
Done and rusted...
Having added vast quantities of extra detail to his Scale Seven J15, Martyn Welch brings it to life with all manner of physical weathering effects - from gentle wafts of paint and powder to direct physical assault with knives and chemicals.
7mm RTR - is this the big breakthrough?
Tim Shackleton looks at the new class 03 shunter from DJH