Issue 168 2006 « Previous issue | Next issue »
Edited by Tim Shackleton
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High Level Kits gearboxes in 4mm, C-Rail Intermodal 2mm and 4mm container and bulktainer transfers, Colin Craig container flat kits in 4mm, London Road Models LBSC B4 kit in 4mm, LRM hornblocks in 4mm
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Graham Turner/Morgan Gilbert jig for Alex Jackson coupling/mounting in 4mm, 2mm Scale Association Beginner's Guide to 2mm Finescale Modelling
In modelling the least-documented of all English narrow-gauge railways, Peter Kazer chose to use 1/4in scale rather than true 7mm. The outcome is a highly individual representation of an unusual and attractive prototype.
Sprung wagon underframes - fast
David Lane finds the 4mm scale Masokits subframes deliver accurate, functioning running gear in no time at all.
The Stirling 8ft Singles were among the most beautiful engines ever to run - but they are notoriously difficult to model well, let alone in 2mm finescale. In building this exceptional locomotive form scratch, Tim Watson came up with a set of engineering solutions that are every bit as elegant as his prototype.
Doing a somersault
Charlie Harrison builds a Great Northern bracket signal in 7mm.
A Self-Indicating Electric Buffer
J Douglas Smith makes a well-tried device more user-friendly.
The Next Phase - Alpraham Sidings - Part 3
Updating his articles in MRJs 138 & 139, Don Rowland describes the latest developments on the Central Cheshire.
Doxford 1914, south bank of the river Wear at Pallioin, Sunderland