Issue 36 1990 « Previous issue | Next issue »
Edited by Bob Barlow & Gerry Beale
Building for 'Inkerman Street'
Inkerman Street - The Baseboards
Barry Norman draws on several layouts' worth of experience to produce the unusually-testing shape required for MRJ's 7mm project layout.
10 ton Coal Hopper Wagon
Photograph and drawing of a Moresby Coal Company Ltd. wagon. (Cumberland area)
Geoff's model of 'Aylesbury' has a townscape in a space truly too small for it to fit. It's an illusion created by oddly-shaped blocks and cut-outs that deceive the eye. Geoff demonstrates, brilliantly convincing results achieved by trial and error rather than mathematical formulae.
Slater's 7mm Tank Wagon Kit
Review of a new 'multi-media' kit for the RCH 1923 14T tank wagon
Model Railway Operation - Part 7
Signalling and interlocking and their effect on running
'Talyllyn' in 4mm
Francis Samish builds a 1940 version of 'Talyllin' No.1 - a loco which can still be seen today - using the new Meridian kit.
Small Suppliers Forum
Fablon; cork type as track underlay. Industrial Railway Society; contact details. Warley MRC; video of exhibition. Taylor Plastic Models; 2mm body kit for bolster wagon. Pendon Museum; "smoking" rub-on transfers in 4mm. MJT; hornblocks and guides. Studio Scale Models; Irish rolling stock kits. Comet; Pullman coach overlays.
London Tilbury & Southend Railway '69' class 0-6-2T
Notes illustration and a 1947 drawing by PE Barnes (from MRJ's collection) of a delightful and hard-working class.
In Search of the 'Buckjumpers' - Part 2
Iain Rice concludes his comprehensive round-up of this large and diverse class.
Structures Worth Modelling - No.4
An industrial line-side building cluster.