Issue 218 2012 « Previous issue | Next issue »
Edited by Paul Karau
Small Suppliers Forum
C&L purchases Exactoscale with Len Newman providing technical advice and Andrew Jukes providing advice and financial support for the development of some additions to the track range; Wizard Models MR Bain 54ft carriage kits (D469 composite, D473 third, D559 brake and D561 brake third) are available again; Brassmasters releases an Easichas kit for the Bachmann MR/LMS 3F 0-6-0, etched coupling hooks and pockets, two new bogie compensation units (6'4" and 10'6" wbs) and etched windows for the Scalescenes 2mm engine shed; Lochgom Kits releases 7mm kits for the HR Double Deck Barred Sheep Van (in both David Jones and Peter Drummond versions)
The Way Ahead - Radio Control Arrives
Don Rowland is so confident with the current radio-control equipment that, believe it or not, he has sold his exceptional Alpraham Sidings layout and at 82 years old he is building a new P4 layout without any wiring
M7 class 0-4-4T No. 30107 at Corfe Castle on the Swanage branch viewed from a vegetable plot in July 1962.
Break-Time at Hornsey
Continuing on from the introduction to Hornsey Broadway in MRJ 203, Kier Hardy describes development to date.
The Schull and Skibbereen Railway
Roger Bird details the construction of locomotives and rolling stock for his Irish narrow gauge byway.
LNWR Two-arm Ground Signal
Steve Hewitt has built all the signals for John Holden's EM Gauge model of Liverpool Lime Street. Here he describes how he built one of the smallest and most challenging
Rambling market garden landscape in 4mm
Modelled by Robert Dudley-Cooke
Constructing his EM gauge model of Brent station for over thirty years has given Peter Cross lots of enjoyment. He has even overcome the limitations of the prototype by imaginative expansion
Bradfield Gloucester Square Part Three
John Elliott concludes his account from MRJs 216 & 217