Issue 214 2012 « Previous issue | Next issue »
Edited by Roy Jackson
Small Suppliers Forum
Parkside Dundas new kits - 7mm SR 10t Insulated Meat Van Diag. 1477, 4mm GRW Goods Vans V12/14/16; High Level Kits 4mm Dean Goods chassis kit; PH Design nut and washer tool; Lanarkshire Models and Supplies 4mm EM/P4 tender chassis kits to fit Bachmann Stanier 4000gallon and Bachmann 3500gallon tenders
Black Lion Crossing: The prologue
Black Lion Crossing is the successor to Blakeney (see MRJs 65 and 142) which has now been retired after two decades and more on the exhibition circuit.
Another Diamond Jubilee
Modelling the Manchester, Sheffield and Wath electrification
An EM2 in 2mm
An EM2 for Woodhead in 2mm
GWR Fencing in 4mm
Shipley Model Railway Society member Frank Davies described how they built wire fencing for the Hungerford exhibition layout. He says 'Modellers who have limited patience should probably give this approach a miss, but for those of you who enjoy a challenge and have infinite patience then this approach may be the solution you are looking for.'
Malcolm Cornelius Crawley 1931-2012
Cravens 105 basic conversions to EM - Simples!
Bachmann Cravens DMU conversion to EM
A Fiddle Yard Turntable
A turntable for the London Road fiddle yard.
Can we fix it?
This lovely 4mm scale model by Trevor Pott was built as 'a bit of fun', inspired by a ride in David Hyde's Austin 7.
Photographs of the model built from an Autocraft DG kit.
Upper Yard in 7mm
Set during LMS days in a fictional Nottingham, the yard is approached obliquely from beneath a lengthy steel viaduct.
Christmas Competition Results
The winner from the top three entries (drawn out of a hat) is Colin Feist from Winchester, and the two runners up are David Carter from Wakefield and Richard Chown from Philpstoun.
Not a railway in sight but we know where it is.
A little taster of Cliff Parson's 'Gresley Beat'.
Southern Coaches in the Maunsell Era Part 2
John W. Charman