Issue 170 2006 « Previous issue | Next issue »
Edited by Tim Shackleton
Where the streets have no name
Barry Norman creates his own cardbard city from Howard Scenics' 4mm kits.
Scratchbuilding a Metro-Vick Co-Bo
Karl Crowther creates an inspirational EM gauge odel of one of the earliest BR diesel classes.
Southern / LT Conductor Rail Supports
With installation of his P4 layout Charlotte Road in mind, Tony Sissons finds ways of speeding up assembly of these essential components for third- (and fourth-) rail electrification.
Hounslow goods yard in the 1930s
GER class 209 0-4-0T built from a 4mm High Level kit by Tom Mallard and painted by Chris Wesson.
J72 sets new standards in 7mm RTR
MRJ reviews the latest offering in the growing off-the-shelf for O gauge.
[Photo: 7mm 'Britannia' in 7mm]
Ian Matthews of Blenheim, New Zealand built this lovely model of a work-stained 'Britannia' as a first essay in 7mm modelling.
The Master Chassis
4mm/00, 4mm/EM, 4mm/P4, 7mm/0, 7mm/S7
Geoff Haynes read-tests a remarkable piece of kit - a multi-purpose assembly jig that, he feels, deserves to find a home in every loco-builder's workshop.
Engines for Ruyton Road
John Spencer talks us through some additions to the locomotive stock on his classic EM cameo, loosely based on the Shropshire and Montgomeryshire and featured in MRJ 75.
Small Suppliers Plus
Formil Model Engineering etched Gill Sans letters and numbers.
Maindee East Engine Shed
Shedmaster Steffan Lewis takes readers on a tour of his atmospheric P4 layout.