Issue 192 2009 « Previous issue | Next issue »
Edited by Tim Shackleton
Small Suppliers Forum
High Level Kits - replacement finescale chassis for Bachmann GWR 2251 Collett Goods. C-Rail International - detailing etch for their 4mm tanktainer kit. Judith Edge Kits - 4mm scale etched kits for Hunslet 35T 0-4-0DH and 600hp Thomas Hill/Rolls Royce Steelman six-wheeled diesel hydraulic industrial locos. Lochgorm Kits - Highland Railway non-corridor Diagram 15 lavatory tricomposite coach kit in 7mm/4mm and 7mm loco kit for Highland Railway Castle Class 4-6-0, Brassmasters - photos showing examples of etched windows designed in conjunction with Scalescenes.
Ralph Burrows built this fine 4mm scale portrait of a remote Sussex station as a reminder of long-ago cycling excursions.
3 views of Cliff Parsons' 4mm 'Gresley Beat' layout.
Photo: Stephenson Clarke wagons
Prototype photo of private owner coal wagons. Another photo on p.186.
Bridge Over Placid Water
Gordon Gravett explains how he captured the appearance of water moving slowly in a gentle breeze in a quiet corner of his astonishing Résau Breton layout.
P4 model of a Southern corridor luggage van by Tim Shackleton based on a Roger Chivers kit with many added details.
Speeding Up Construction
David Lane looks for ways of producing quantities of fully-sprung finescale wagons in limited time.
Batch-building wagon kits.
Welton Down - Watching the Trains go by
With one eye on the traffic passing through this busy junction, Jim Allwood explains the thinking and design philosophy behind his 2mm finescale layout.
Originally built by Bill Rankin as a steam-era layout but updated to 1995 Network South-East era by Jim.
Trevor Pott recalls one of the pioneers of 7mm finescale.
Photo of a general store in Tenby taken from train in August 1961.
Cyril Freezer - an Appreciation