Issue 61 1993 « Previous issue | Next issue »
Edited by Bob Barlow
A 4mm/EM layout, based on a gently 'massaged' version of railway history.
Revamping Die-cast Road Vehicles
Die-cast 'toy' cars transformed into 7mm scale models worthy of any layout.
The Ubiquitous 57 - Part 1
A study of the prototype (in part 1) and then a model of a GWR 57xx pannier tank from a Mainline/Replica body (in part 2).
Continued in issue 62.
Walter Hodgson's 7mm J27. Geoff Balfour's Polsten anti-aircraft wagon in 2mm. Tony Reynalds' 7mm GWR 'Castle'
Pen Tor Road's Four-Holer
Stewart Hine rolls a few proven good ideas into a mechanism for Pendon Museum.
Small Suppliers Forum
Scale Link - new owners. Red Rose Models - new 7mm kits. Duncan Models - 7mm lineside water tanks. MJT - scale GA drawing of Gresley 61'6" underframe. Mignon Model Studios - resistance soldering unit. The Engine Shed - 2mm 'Bilteezi' backscene sheets.
No. 1 Shop: 'I' Class Manning in 4mm
Paul Berntsen has built 18 small Manning Wardle locos; this is his latest.
Block Working With Computers
Peter Denny had an electro-mechanical unit to which he could offer trains. Ian Everett comes up with a modern digital replica which he calls "Digital Crispin".