Issue 270 2019 « Previous issue | Next issue »
Edited by Paul Karau
The Modelling of Black Lion Crossing
Continuing from the previous issue, Geoff Kent details more of the construction. Well-known for his ability to interpret the buildings he chooses in plastic sheet, he also uses other familiar materials and here he shows how they can be used imaginatively.
In the future Geoff will return by showing us in detail the methods he uses, and we very much look forward to that.
7mm King built by Malcolm Mitchell using his own etched kit with many handmade components. Painted by Alan Brackenborough
David Roome describes his small suburban 70s based Scottish P4 layout
Small Suppliers Forum
Ian MacDonald's 4mm scale etched brass kit for the Thompson 6-wheel parcels brake or BZ
Wagon Loads through Churston, 1934
In MRJ no. 232, the author set out how the model of Churston is operated, describing the goods trains that are run in each operation of the schedule. This article deals with the loads put in the open trucks in those trains.
Modelling in the Days of Utility
Alec Fry describes the various ways keen railway modellers went to considerable lengths to keep their hobby going during the early 1940s
E. R. H. Francis
E. R. H. Francis obituary
Oil Tank Wagons in 4mm
Modelling private owner oil tank wagons in 4mm using RTR offerings
Little and Large
Photographs of Peter Kazer's 1/48 scale and 1/32 scale scratch built models of Corris Railway No. 3
Station Road, Faringdon
Stephen Williams describes a new development on a well-known P4 layout
Exhibition preview for Railex 2019 at Stoke Mandeville Stadium on 25th/26th May 2019.