Issue 65 1993 « Previous issue | Next issue »
Edited by Bob Barlow
A2 colour poster supplement of Tom Harland's layout.
Small Suppliers Forum
London Road Models acquisition of George Norton 4mm loco kits. Sherwood Models/Pro-Scale 4mm LNER/BR J39 kits. Mignon Model Studios new address. Puffers, York shop opening. Hurst Models 4mm cast whitemetal pipework tablets for diesle, electric and electro-diesel locos. CGW Nameplates purchase by Richard Tebbutt. Chris Gordon Watford (CGW) plates. Sharman Wheels 40:1 milled brass gearbox. W&H Ltd modelling catalogue. Sidelines 7mm LMS cocahes and parts.
After the teamwork truimph of 'Dunwich', Geoff Kent has moved up the coast for a solo assault on another East Anglian beauty spot. The result is, as expected, a spectacular new 4mm layout.
Ex-GER / M&GNR 1950s-era might-have-been.
Build this with MRJ
We show you how (and supply the tricky bits)
Preview of the MRJ scratchbuilding project - starting in issue 66 - to build a Manning Wardle type 'F' 0-4-0ST in 4mm scale.
Layout Design: Buxton
Midland Railway terminus.
Exhibition preview including photos of 'Bramblewick' and 'Bonnybridge Central'.
Backscenes for Bramblewick
Tom Harland explains how to produce subtle backscenes, of the type that have worked so well on his own 4mm masterpiece.
Wagon Loads No.1: Sheeted Vehicles
Martyn Welch, creator of the landmark 7mm layout, 'Hursley', returns to MRJ, bringing his remarkable talents to bear on the modelling of wagon loads. In this first article, he uses straightforward and widely applicable techniques to make convincing representations of the uniquitous tarpaulin.
Guy Williams tackles The Ultimate Black Five
Construction of the Brassmasters 4mm kit.
John Cockcroft builds a 4mm model of the ever-popular GWR 'Hall' class, using the DJH kit and only minor surgery.
Finescale modelling - as we have said many times - knows no age barriers. Kenneth Middleditch, who is 13, discusses his 4mm/P4 layout based on Scottish practice.