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Edited by Gerry Beale
Semley for Shaftsbury
Martin Finney introduces his P4 model of Semley, the station for Shaftsbury in Dorset, as it was in 1912. Although still 'work in progress', it is already an outstanding rendition of the LSWR at its zenith.
Small Suppliers Forum
CAMBRIAN MODELS - Four new 4mm wagon kits: C98 SECR 10-ton van (1426), C101 LMS 12-ton Ventilated Van (steel ends), C102 LMS 12-ton Van (steel ends), C83 Quint D Bogie Bolster. Also, fine pre-blackened chain.
Lawrence Hill Junction Signal Box
Robin Whittle describes how he built this Midland Railway signal box for his Barrow Road engine shed layout.
Wha's they two up to?
Trevor Pott describes how he produces 'character' engine crews for his extensive stud of GWR locomotives.
LMS 17ft 6in wheelbase vehicles
Craig Welsh develops his etched wagon chassis concept even further and ends up producing a complete wagon kit.
Chris Yates suggests some points that should be considered by those of us contemplating the baseboards for that dream layout.