Issue 226 2013 « Previous issue | Next issue »
Edited by Paul Karau
Small Suppliers Forum
EDM Models releases 7mm scale narrow gauge etched kit of a Festiniog Railway Double Fairlie; Dragon Models releases a 4mm scale kit for the Cambrian 6-tn Box Van; The Scalefour Society release A Modellers Guide to Civil Engineering Structures; Rumney Models releases a range of 4mm scale sprung wagon chassis designed to primarily suit Parkside and Red Panda bodies; 52F Models releases a 4mm scale kit for the NBR class N15.
Blackgill - a journey in P4
Last time Eddie Ford told how he built the foundations of his superb P4 layout 'Blackgill'. He now concludes with a description of the visible structures and the all-important rolling stock.
A Different Approach to Scratch Building
Peter Stanger continues the story of his Gresley/Robinson A5/2 2-6-2T in 4mm. The first part of this article appeared in MRJ No. 210.
The Way Ahead - Progress Report
In MRJ 218, Don Rowland set out plans for a new approach, principally radio control of motive power and a new, non-electric layout to go with it. Here he provides a progress report.
It's not all about dirt!
Having built, detailed and painted this class 37, Martin McDermott uses some innovative weathering methods to bring it to life
Scratchbuilding Carriages in Styrene Sheet Part 2
In MRJ 222, Geoff Kent began his account with coach sides and glazing. Now he turns his attention to the ends and gangways.
Fence Houses Part 2
Bob Jones continues the story of this 2mm epic from MRJ 222.
Photographs showing progress so far with Paul Karau's 4mm scale model of Henley-on-Thames.
A home for your layout
Marthin Goodhall addresses the issue of town and country planning that might be required to build a home for your layout.