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Edited by Roy Jackson

MRJ Issue 222
  • Small Suppliers Forum


    Lanarkshire Model Supplies introduces 4 type of 4mm scale bufferstops - Midland Railway, LMS wartime design, SR standard with rail-built bufferbeam and SR with timber bufferbeam; Dragon Models releases GWR V3, V13 and W3 6-wheel carriage stock kits in 7mm; Quainton Road Models re-introduces the range of S&T Wagon Works 7mm kits starting with the GCR 5-plank open to dia 8; Cambridge Custom transfers introduces BR period numbering transfers for Gresley and Thompson non-vestibuled coaches and BR period four-wheeled plate wagons, all available in 2mm, 3mm, 3.5mm, 4mm, S and 7mm scales.

    Tags: Small Suppliers Forum

  • Woodfield Road

    David Woodward



    After years of modelling LNER in the 1930s, David Woodward gave way to his interest in the modern scene and set his latest 4mm venture in 2005.

    Tags: BR / British Railways / British Rail, layouts

  • Fence Houses

    Bob Jones


    2mm/2mm FS

    Bob Jones describes his 2mm finescale layout.

    Tags: BR / British Railways / British Rail, layouts

  • Scratchbuilding Carriages in Styrene Sheet

    Geoff Kent


    Geoff Kent describes his methods for scratchbuilding carriages from styrene sheet.

    Tags: coaches, scratchbuilding, techniques

  • A W1 for Retford

    Graeme King



    Graeme King relates a surprising outcome of a decision to try out resin casting.

    Tags: casting, RTR / kit conversions, steam locomotives, techniques

  • MRJ Portfolio



    Trevor Pott's 4mm/EM model of a GWR Cordon tank wagon updated from a model originally built by F E Berry in 1978.

    Tags: GWR / Great Western Railway, wagons

  • Newcastle Quayside ESI Locomotive in 2mm

    Alex Duckworth



    Alex Duckworth describes the construction of his 2mm locomotive.

    Tags: electric locomotives, scratchbuilding