Issue 175 2007 « Previous issue | Next issue »
Edited by Tim Shackleton
A Cuckoo Among The Ravens
Chrs Pendlenton models an Ivatt 4MT mogul in P4, using a Bachmann RTR body, a Brassmasters 'club sandwich' chassis and a lot of mechanical ingenuity.
Norman Solomon fulfils a commission to build a spectacularly complex station throat in 7mm scale.
Small Suppliers Forum
C-Rail Intermodal 2mm and 4mm transfers, Lochgorm Kits coach kits, Brassmasters anniversay discount
Layout Design: Chacewater
Moving up the property ladder, Barry Norman completes his cardboard cityscape with these neat Victorian houses.
Manvers on the Mantelpiece
Is Gauge 1 the new rock 'n' roll? The large scale and incredible levels of detail seem to be tempting quite a few modellers, even if they're only building a one-off model for the showcase. Recent convert, Simon Dunkley builds Slater's RCH 7-plank private owner wagon.
It was 1,370ft above sea level, had just three passenger trains each way daily but for more than a century this stretch of railway carried a staggering volume of mineral traffic feeding the steel industry on both sides of the Pennines. Richard Nice describes his EM gauge evocation of one of the most isolated spots on the railway map.