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Edited by Tim Shackleton

MRJ Issue 166
  • Dewsbury Midland Part Two

    Phillp Taylor, Geoff Taylor, Malcolm Nevitt



    As soon as the first half of this article apeared, this Yorkshre might-have-been was being hailed as one of the best layouts ever featured in MRJ. Geoff Taylor, Phil Talyor and Malcolm Nevitt continue their guided tour of the Manchester Model Railway Society's portrait of the old West Riding.

    Tags: BR / British Railways / British Rail, layouts

  • Pug Deluxe

    Robin Whittle



    Robin Whittle upgrades the ever-popular Dapol LYR Pug with a brand new P4 chassis form High Level Kits.

    Tags: LYR / L&YR / Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway, RTR / ready-to-run, steam locomotives

  • Small Suppliers Forum


    Mainly Trains etched detailing components in 4mm, Comet Model Mk 1 coach kit in 4mm, Andersley Kits bogie ironstone tipler kits in 4mm, Exactoscale gearboxes in 4mm

    Tags: Small Suppliers Forum

  • Shunting with sound

    Jim Smith-Wright



    Jim Smith-Wright gets closer to the real thing by kitting out a 4mm scale class 08 with a full sound system.

    Tags: DCC / Digital Command & Control, diesel locomotives, sound

  • As Good As it Gets...

    Roy Link


    Roy C Link takes a detailed lok at the Ossynths DC sound system. More than a decade in development, he believes it now offers the ultimate in flexibility, realism and sound quality.

    Tags: product reviews, sound

  • A New Deal for 'O' Gauge

    Barry Norman



    Barry Norman has been watching Kevin Wison's 31mm gauge layout grow from sketchbook to impeccably finished item. As a prelude to a series of constructional articles, he explains why he believes Bucks Hill is such a significant step forward in 7mm scale railway modelling.

    Tags: layouts