Issue 278 2020 « Previous issue | Next issue »
Edited by Jerry Clifford
An Edwardian idyll on 7mm scale by David Stone.
Keep Yourself Alive!
Nick Mitchell takes a detailed look at how the performance of very small lightweight models can be transformed by incorporating DIY DCC 'stay alive' circuits.
Minks in the Valley
The venerable 4mm Ratio Iron Mink kit has been around for several decades but, as Grahame Tierney demonstrates, this versatile kit can be readily adapted to represent a number of vehicles used widely by the South Wales railway companies.
Building IKB in 2mm Finescale
Keith Armes and Steve Martin describe how they built IKB in 2mm finescale starting with a Farish Castle and 2mm Association conversion kits.
Keeping the Wheels Turning on Copenhagen Fields
Tim Watson describes how the 2mm Association keeps the rolling stock in good running order on the Association's impressive Copenhagen Fields layout.
Small Suppliers Forum
The 2mm Stores releases a new generation of locomotive wheels featuring 3D printed stainless steel centres with the familiar steel rim and stub axle for split axle current collection
Photograph of Kier Hardy's stunning EM gauge layout
Draw your own decals
The title says it all.
Fred Backman (of Mallard Models) obituary.
A Scottish Sentinel Shunter in S
John Holden scratchbuilds a Scottish Area LNER Y1 Sentinel in S scale.