Issue 181 2008 « Previous issue | Next issue »
Edited by Tim Shackleton
Small Suppliers Forum
52F Models 4mm etched chassis kit for Q6. Classic Commercials 1:43 road vehicles. Hobby Holidays 7mm and 4mm quartering gauge and sprung hornblocks. C&L Finescale soldering aids etc. Comet Models 4mm Thompson corridor coaches.
Robin Whittle describes his P4 layout depicting one of the most unusual and least accessible parts of the BR network.
Scale model of a section of the Cromford & High Peak Railway with fully working incline.
Another fine mess...
The most character-building structures on a layout aren't necessarily signature items such as signal boxes and goods sheds. It's often the more prosaic, workaday buildings that make the biggest contribution to the atmosphere of a railway. Here Geoff Taylor shows how he built 7mm scale models of some typical railwaymen's mess rooms.
Christmas Quiz Solutions
Solutions for the MRJ Christmas Quiz (issue 179).
John Hayes builds some subtle variations into a pair of 4mm scale GW brake vans.
Diagram AA3. Southwark Bridge Models kit.
Mike was a founder member of the Broad Gauge Society and a member of the Winchester Chesil P4 group. Tribute includes photographs of his work.
Leiston Tramway Aveling & porter 0-4-0 'Strapite' with 12T venticalted van on level crossing. Leiston, Suffolk. 1961.
The Next Phase - Alpraham Sidings - Part 5
Don Rowland describes how goods trains were made up in steam days.